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REa U S. PAT. OFF. 



SHEET STEEL 

AND 

PRODUCTS 



MANUFACURERS OF 

COP-R-LOY 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 



CATALOG 3 32 




INTERNATIONAL 



Digitized by 
The Association for Preservation Teclinology International 

For the 

Building Technology Heritage Library 

http://archive.ora/details/buildinqtechnoloavheritagelibrary 



Copyright 1931 

Wheeling Corrugating Company 

Wheeling, W. Va. 



Printed in U. S. A. 



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40tK ANNIVERSARY CATALOG 




REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. 



SHEET STEEL 

AND 

WIRE PRODUCTS 



MANUFAQURERS OF 

COP-R-LOY 



REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. 



WHEELING CORRUGATING 

WHEELING, W. VA. 



COMPANY 



New York 

Detroit 

Columbus 



Chicago 
Kansas City 
Buffalo 



Philadelphia 
Minneapolis 
Chattanooga 



St. Louis 
Richmond 
Des Moines 



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SECTIONAL INDEX 

Scope of Wheeling manufacture 8-11 

COP-R-LOY 12-14 

Zinc Coated (Galvanized) Sheets 15-19 

Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets. . 20-24 

Roofings, Roofing Fittings, Sidings 25-49 

Curved Corrugated Sheets 50-53 

Roofing Nails 54 

Roofing Ternes 55- 57 

Fire Door Terne Plate 58 

Coke Tin Plate 59 

Long Terne Sheets 60- 61 

Terne Roll Roofing, etc 62-64 

Spanish Metal Tile 65-71 

Metal Shingles, etc 72-76 

Conductor Pipe 77-78 

Conductor Elbows, etc 79-81 

Eaves Trough, Fittings, etc 82-90 

Valleys 91 

Roof Gutters 92-93 

Ridge Roll 94 

Finials 95 

Ornamental Roof Trimming 96- 97 

Steel Ceilings 98-106 

Stove Pipe 107-117 

Furnace Pipe 118-122 

Building Materials 123-147 

Woven Wire Fence 148-154 

Lawn Fence, Gates, etc 155-158 

Trellis, Flower Bed Border 159 

Fence Posts 160-161 

Barbed Wire 162-163 

Wire, Bale Ties, etc 164-166 

Wire Nails 167-176 

Cut Nails 177-185 

Metalware 186 

Culverts 187 

General Index 188-189 



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FORTY YEARS 
OF SERVICE 




THE year 1930 was the 40th in the history and 
experience of this company in the manufac- 
ture and fabrication of sheet steel and sheet steel 
building products. Few names in industry today 
are more symboKc of the products they represent 
than the name Wheeling, which has continuously 
stood for excellence in quality, rehability and de- 
pendability. 

Few names denote a more complete or more ex- 
tensive line of building products, and no identi- 
fying brand is better known than the Wheeling 
registered trade-mark. 

The reward of forty years' service to builders 
and consumers of sheet steel is a widespread re- 
spect and preference for Wheeling Sheet Steel 
products. 

This company faces the future with determina- 
tion to adhere to its long established policy of 
maintaining the highest standard of quality. 



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Scope of Manufacture 
from Mine to Market 




Wheeling Open Pit Ore Mining in the Mesabi District of 
Minnesota 



BACK of every Wheeling product is an un- 
broken chain of successive steps in manu- 
facture which begins with the production of 
virgin iron ore in the great Mesabi district of 
Minnesota. WheeUng-owned mines are the 
source of all iron converted into steel and fab- 
ricated into thousands of building necessities 



within the Wheeling-owned steel mills and 
factories. Even to those supplementary steps 
in production such as transportation over the 
Great Lakes, the mining of coal, manufacture 
of coke and by-products, the control is by the 
one company. Thus throughout the transfor- 
mation of raw material into finished products 





Wheeling Wire, Nail, Fence and Sheet Mills at Portsmouth, Ohio 

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Blast Furnace at Steuben- 

ville Works, Steubenville, 

Ohio 



Below, pouring steel ingots 
at the same plant 



Below, a view of the largest 

continuous mill of its kind 

in the world at the Steuben- 

ville Works 




Wheeling quality is dependent only upon the 
single organization under a single manage- 
ment. Responsibility is undivided at any 
point from mine to market. 
This scope of production indicates the ex- 
tent of manufacturing resources behind every 
Wheeling product, large or small. Coordina- 



tion of mining, metallurgical and fabricating 
industries into one large producing unit ac- 
counts for the increasing reputation for qual- 
ity merchandise earned through the years by 
the name Wheeling, known in every part 
of the world by the familiar Wheeling 
trade mark. 





Steel Works and Coke Plant at Steuben ville, Ohio, and East SteubenvUle, W. Va. 

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Wheeling Lath Factory and Sheet Mills at Beech Bottom, W. Va. 




Wheeling Cut Nail Mills at Wheeling, W. Va. 




Wheeling Tin Plate Plant at Yorkville. Ohio 

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Wheeling Factory and Sheet Mills at Martins Ferry, Ohio 




Wheeling Factory at Wheeling, W. Va. 





Wheeling Sheet Warehouses at Martins Ferry, Ohio 

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COP-R-LOy in Many Forms is Used for Building Construction 

and Equipment of Every Type 




All ornamental work and ceiling of this modern art marquee 

at the entrance of a Tulsa, Oklahoma, store, are made of 

Wheeling COP-R-LOY Galvanized Sheets; the roof is of 

Wheeling COP-R-LOY Terne Plate 



All plastered corners in the Hawthorne Apartments, St. 
Louis, Mo., are reinforced and protected by Wheeling 
Corner Bead made of COP-R-LOY. Other Wheeling 
products used in this modern apartment building are 
Wheeling Diamond Mesh Lath and Wheeling Channels 



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COP-R-LOY 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 



COP-R-LOY is a refined 
ferrous metal made to a 
prescribed formula which in- 
cludes special heat treatment 
and the alloying of pure ingot 
copper with the metal while it 
is in a molten state. It is, 
therefore, an alloy adapted to 
an extensive range of uses and 
has been proven to impart to 
products made of it from two 
to several times greater re- 
sistance to corrosion under ex- 
posure than other ferrous met- 
als of varying compositions. 




Tapping a Wheeling Open Hearth 
Steel Furnace 



The Characteristics of COP-R-LOY 

The essentials of all good steel are combined 
in COP-R-LOY to fit it for all general require- 
ments. Abundantly it possesses strength and 
malleability which are apparent in its extra 
workability, the feature that has won for 
COP-R-LOY the endorsement of sheet metal 
shops everywhere. There are literally hun- 
dreds of sheet metal contractors using 
COP-R-LOY Sheets who insist they will use 
no other. 

Durability is one of its prime characteristics 
that is important wherever there is a tend- 
ency of metals to deteriorate. COP-R-LOY is 
quite positive in its ability to stubbornly resist 
the forces of decay and to render far more in 
service life than many more costly metals. 

Under normal conditions of use COP-R-LOY 
has no equal in this respect. Many are the 
instances where it has proven its superiority 
under extremely treacherous conditions of use 



and where other metals have 
failed to deliver a service com- 
mensurate with their cost. 

Largely because of exceptional 
performance, COP-R-LOY has 
been widely regarded as an 
achievement in metallurgy. 

Adaptability of COP-R-LOY 

The price range of 
COP-R-LOY as well as its 
durability and workability 
suggests its use particularly 
for all sheet metal work or for 
items to be made from sheet metal. Reason- 
able cost affords sizeable savings without the 
least sacrifice in long and satisfactory service. 

It is especially adaptable to roofings, cornices 
and other building needs. Seventeen of the 
largest railroad companies specify COP-R-LOY 
in a number of forms for the express purpose 
of rendering exposed equipment more immune 
to the attacks of corrosion. 

Technical Investigations Point to the Superiority 
of the Copper-Alloying Principle 

Unbiased scientific bodies have verified by 
practical outdoor tests that the proper com- 
bination of copper with ferrous metals renders 
a substantial improvement in ability to with- 
stand the elements which usually make short 
work of metals lacking such a combination. 

The findings of Committee A-5 of the Ameri- 
can Society for Testing Materials, after 120 
months of testing various kinds of sheet metal 
under atmospheric conditions at Pittsburgh, 



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Pa.; Fort Sheridan, 111.; and Annapolis, Md., 
are condensed in the following statement: 

". . , copper-bearing metal shows 
marked superiority in rust-resisting 
properties as compared to non-cop- 
per-bearing metal of substantially the 
same general composition . . . under 
atmospheric exposure." 

Large Increases in Use of COP-R-LOY 

Few metals have such extensive use because 
few if any have even to a partial extent the 
advantages which COP-R-LOY offers. For this 
reason it is used in black and galvanized 



sheets, terne sheets and roofing ternes, tin 
plate, black and galvanized pipe, conduit, cul- 
verts, car plates, car roofing, railroad tie- 
plates, in wire and wire products such as fenc- 
ing, and in a host of metal articles of general 
use. The production of COP-R-LOY continu- 
ously increases as more and more users learn 
of its superior features which effect economy 
while delivering useful and dependable service. 

It will be seen that COP-R-LOY is referred to 
on succeeding pages, and particularly in the 
sections devoted to Sheets, Roofings and 
Building Materials. 



COP-R-LOY Roofing and 
Siding are used on all types 
of buildings to afford ade- 
quate protection, long life, 
and economy. An example 
is at the right. 

Below, the interior of a cul- 
vert factory, COP-R-LOY 
Galvanized Sheets being 
fabricated into culvert pipe 
for drainage purposes 




Below, a modern poster 
panel plant, all panels made 
from COP-R-LOY Galvan- 
ized Poster Panel Sheets. 
COP-R-LOY in this out- 
door advertising field is ef- 
fecting sizeable economies 
in plant construction and 
maintenance. Wherever 
durability is essential 
COP-R-LOY should be 
used 





Nationally known, the name COP-R-LOY has a definite 
sales value to the dealer 



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Wheeling Zinc Coaled (galvanized) Sheets 



DEALERS and sheet metal workers find a 
distinct sense of satisfaction in the use of 
WheeKng Zinc Coated (Galvanized) Sheets. 
True to gauge and size, well coated, clean, 
flat, soft and workable under all conditions 
they are of a uniform quality that promotes 
the greatest economy and advantage in their 
use for every purpose. 

From the mining of the ore to the final opera- 
tion of pure zinc coating, every process of 



manufacture is controlled by one compre- 
hensive management which assures a quality 
of product that could not otherwise be secured. 
Supphed in COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 
The use of COP-R-LOY is particularly rec- 
ommended because of its workability. Also 
this nationally advertised, rust-resisting metal 
will give longer and more satisfactory life un- 
der all normal and many extremely severe 
conditions of service. 




These illustrations show the separate and distinct brands employed for the identifica- 
tion of Wheeling Zinc Coated (Galvanized) Sheets. These sheets, in the sizes and gauges 
principally used for sheet metal work, are kept in stock at branch warehouses of the 
company, for prompt shipment 



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Wheeling Zinc Coated (galvanized) Sheets 




WHEELING Zinc Coated (Galvanized) Standard of the industry for over forty years, 
Sheets are flat, true to gauge and uni- they are supplied with a base of genuine 
f ormly coated with pure molten zinc. Wheeling COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 

Standard Gauges: Nos. 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 24 and heavier in even gauges. 
Standard Widths: 24, 26, 28, 30 and 36 inches. 
Standard Lengths: 72, 84, 96 and 120 inches. 

EXTREME SIZES AND GAUGES 



u.s.s. 










Widths in Inches 


















Gauges 


H 48 


44 


42 


40 


36 32 


30 


28 


26 


24 


22 


20 




1 


diameter ■ 
Circles 


Lengths in Inches 




10 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 






48 


12 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 






48 


14 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 






48 


16 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 






48 


18 




144 


144 


144 


144 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 






48 


20 




120 


120 


120 


120 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






48 


22 




120 


120 


120 


120 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






48 


24 




96 


96 


120 


120 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






48 


26 








120 


120 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






44 


27 








96 


120 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






42 


28 










96 


144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 






40 


29 












144 144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


96 






36 


30 












144 144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


96 


96 






36 


APPROXIMATE THICKNESSES AND WEIGHTS 




Thickness 


in Weights per Weiffhts per 




Thickness in Weights per 


Weights per 




rhickness in 


Weights per 


Weights per 


No. of 


decimal pi 


irts square foot 


square foot 


No. of 


decimal parts square foot 


square foot 


No. of c 


lecimal parts 


square foot 


square foot 


Gauge 


of an inc 


b in ounces 




iu pounds 


Gauge 


of an inch 


in ounces 


in pounds 


Gauge 


of an inch 


in ounces 


in pounds 


10 


14492 


5 923^ 




5.781 


17 


.06055 


38 J^ 


2.406 


24 


.0293 




18^ 


1 . 156 


11 


.1293 


823^ 




5.156 


18 


.0543 


341^ 


2. 


156 


25 


.026175 




16>^2 


1.031 


12 


11367 


5 721^ 




4.531 


19 


.04805 


303^ 




906 


26 


.02305 




14>i 


.9062 


13 


.09805 


623^ 




3.906 


20 


.0418 


263^ 




656 


27 


.021488 




133^ 


.8437 


14 


.08242 


5 523^^ 




3.281 


21 


.038675 


243^ 




531 


28 


.019925 




12}4 


.7812 


15 


.07461 


3 473^ 




2.969 


22 


.03555 


223^ 




406 


29 


.018363 




11^2 


.7187 


16 


.0668 


42^ 




2.656 


23 


.032425 


2oy2 




281 


30 


.0168 




10>^ 


.6562 



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Wheeling Zinc Coated (galvanized) Sheets 

Sold only on USS Gauge and not to decimal thickness or weight per square foot basis. 

STANDARD DIFFERENTIALS AND EXTRAS 

Effective July 1, 1931; subject to change without notice. ^ 



DIFFERENTIALS FOR GAUGES PER 100 LBS. 

GAUGES 

10 Deduct 

11 Deduct 

12 Deduct 

13 Deduct 

14.. Deduct 

15 Deduct . 

16. .... Deduct 

■17 Deduct 

18 Deduct 

19. ... Deduct 

20 Deduct 

21 Deduct 

22 Deduct 

23 Deduct 

24 BASE 

25 Add 

26 Add 

27 Add 

28 Add 



29. 
30. 



.Add. 
.Add. 



. $ .70 

. .65 

. .60 

. .55 

. .50 

. .45 

. .40 

. .35 

. .30 

. .25 

. .20 

. ,15 

. .10 

. .05 
.BASE 

. .15 

. .25 

. .35 

. .50 
.75 

. 1.00 



Gauges 



Widths 
Over 32" to 36" 



36* to 38" 



38" to 40" 



40" to 42" 



42" to 44" 



44" to 46" 



46" to 48" 



48" to 50" 



50" to 52" 



52" to 54" 



Under 24" to 12" 



12" to 6" 



EXTRAS FOR WIDTHS AND LENGTHS PER 100 LBS. 



12 and 
Heavier 



B-15 



16 



.05 



.05 



.05 



.05 



.05 



.10 



.10 



.10 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.30 



.30 



.30 



.35 



.35 



.35 



.40 



.40 



.45 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.25 



.25 



.25 



.05 



.05 



.05 



.10 



.20 



.25 



.35 



.40 



.55 



.20 



.30 



17-18 19-21 



.10 



.15 



.15 



.30 



.35 



.40 



.45 



.20 



.30 



22 



.20 



.30 



.35 



.45 



.55 



.65 



.80 



.20 



.30 



23-24 25-26 



.25 



.30 



.35 



.45 



27 



.05 



28 



.40 



.50 



.45 



.65 



.70 



.55 



.75 



.80 



.65 



.85 



1.00 



.75 



1.00 



.90 



.20 



.30 



1.25 



.25 



.35 



.25 



.35 



29-30 



.20 



.50 



.65 



.25 



.35 



.20 



.25 



.35 



Lengths 
Over 124" to 144" 



144" to 156" 



156" to 168" 



Under 60" to 30" 



30" to 18" 



.25 



.25 



.50 



.50 



.10 



.10 



.25 



.50 



.10 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.10 



.50 



.75 



.20 



.30 



.10 



.50 



.75 



.20 



.30 



.10 



.50 



.20 



.30 



.10 



.20 



.30 



.10 



.25 



.35 



.10 



.25 



.35 



.10 



.25 



.35 



.10 



.25 
-35 



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Wheeling Zinc Coated (galvanized) Sheets 

TABLE OF STANDARD SIZES SHOWING WEIGHTS OF SQUARE FEET, SHEETS 
AND BUNDLES (WITHOUT BANDS) AND NUMBER OF SHEETS IN ONE BUNDLE 



Gauges 10 




11 




12 


13 




14 




Wt. per sq. ft. (oz.) 
Wt. per sq. ft. (lbs.) 


92.5 
5.781 


82.5 
5.156 




72.5 
4.531 


62.5 
3.906 




52.5 

3.281 




Size Wt. 
of of 

Sheet Sheet 


No. Wt. 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 


wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 


Wt. 

of 
Sheet 


No. Wt, 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 


Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 


Wt. 

of 
Sheet 


No. Wt. 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 


Sq.ft 
Sheet 



24 X 


72 


69.37 


2 


139 


61.87 


3 


186 


54.37 


3 


163 


46.87 


3 


141 


39.37 


4 


157 


12. 


26 X 


72 


75.16 


2 


150 


67.03 


2 


134 


58.91 


3 


177 


50.78 


3 


152 


42.66 


4 


171 


13. 


28 X 


72 


80.94 


2 


162 


72.19 


2 


144 


63.44 


2 


127 


54.69 


3 


164 


45.94 


3 


138 


14. 


30 X 


72 


86.72 


2 


173 


77.34 


2 


155 


67.97 


2 


136 


58.59 


3 


176 


49.22 


3 


148 


15. 


36 X 


72 


104.06 


2 


208 


92.81 


2 


186 


81.56 


2 


163 


70.31 


2 


141 


59.06 


3 


177 


18. 


24 X 


84 


80.94 


2 


162 


72.91 


2 


144 


63.44 


2 


127 


54.69 


3 


164 


45.94 


3 


138 


14. 


26 X 


84 


87.64 


2 


175 


78.17 


2 


156 


63.69 


2 


137 


59.22 


3 


178 


49.74 


3 


149 


15.16 


28 X 


84 


94.41 


2 


189 


84.2 


2 


168 


74. 


2 


148 


63.79 


3 


191 


53.58 


3 


161 


16.33 


30 X 


84 


101.17 


2 


202 


90.23 


2 


180 


79.3 


2 


159 


68.36 


2 


137 


57.42 


3 


172 


17.5 


36 X 


84 


121.41 


1 


121 


108.28 


2 


217 


95.16 


2 


190 


82.03 


2 


164 


68.91 


2 


138 


21. 


24 X 


96 


92.5 


2 


185 


82.5 


2 


165 


72.5 


2 


145 


62.5 


2 


125 


52.5 


3 


157 


16. 


26 X 


96 


100.19 


2 


200 


89.36 


2 


179 


78.53 


2 


157 


67.7 


2 


135 


56.86 


3 


171 


17.33 


28 X 


96 


107.88 


2 


216 


96.22 


2 


192 


84.55 


2 


169 


72.89 


2 


146 


61.23 


3 


184 


18.66 


30 X 


96 


115.62 


2 


231 


103.12 


2 


206 


90.62 


2 


181 


78.12 


2 


156 


65.62 


2 


131 


20. 


36 X 


96 


138.75 


1 


139 


123.75 


1 


124 


108.75 


1 


109 


93.75 


2 


187 


78.75 


2 


157 


24. 


24 X 


120 


115.62 


2 


231 


103.12 


2 


206 


90.62 


2 


181 


78.12 


2 


156 


65.62 


2 


131 


20. 


26 X 


120 


125.22 


1 


125 


111.06 


1 


111 


98.15 


2 


196 


84.61 


2 


169 


71.07 


2 


142 


21.66 


28 X 


120 


134.88 


1 


135 


120.3 


1 


120 


105.71 


2 


211 


91.13 


2 


182 


76.55 


2 


153 


23.33 


30 X 


120 


144.53 


1 


145 


128 91 


1 


129 


113.18 


1 


113 


97.66 


2 


195 


82.03 


2 


164 


25. 


36 X 


120 


173.44 


1 


173 


154.69 


1 


155 


135.94 


1 


136 


117.19 


1 


117 


98.44 


2 


197 


30. 




Gauges 


15 






16 






17 




18 






19 




20 




, 



Wt. per sq. ft. (oz.) 47.5 42.5 

Wt. per sq. ft. (lbs.) 2.969 2.656 



38.5 
2.406 



34.5 
2.156 



30.5 
1.906 



26.5 
1.656 



Size 

of 

Sheet 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. W^t. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Sq. ft. 
per 

Sheet 



24 X 


72 


35.62 


4 


142 


31 87 


5 


159 


28.87 


5 


144 


25.87 


6 


155 


22.87 


7 


160 


19.87 


8 


159 


12. 


26 X 


72 


38.59 


4 


154 


34.53 


4 


138 


31.28 


5 


156 


28.03 


5 


140 


24.78 


6 


149 


21.53 


7 


151 


13. 


28 X 


72 


41.56 


4 


166 


37 . 19 


4 


149 


33.69 


5 


168 


30.19 


5 


151 


26.69 


6 


160 


23.19 


7 


162 


14. 


30 X 


72 


44.53 


3 


134 


39.84 


4 


159 


36.09 


4 


144 


32.34 


5 


162 


28.59 


5 


143 


24.84 


6 


149 


15. 


36 X 


72 


53.44 


3 


160 


47.81 


3 


143 


43.31 


4 


173 


38.81 


4 


155 


34.31 


4 


137 


29.81 


5 


149 


18. 


24 X 


84 


41.56 


4 


166 


37.19 


4 


149 


33.69 


5 


168 


30 19 


5 


151 


26.69 


6 


160 


23 19 


7 


162 


14. 


26 X 


84 


45 01 


3 


135 


40.27 


4 


161 


36.48 


4 


146 


32.69 


5 


163 


28.9 


5 


144 


25 11 


6 


151 


15.16 


28 X 


84 


48.48 


3 


145 


43.38 


4 


174 


39.29 


4 


157 


35.21 


4 


141 


31.13 


5 


156 


27.05 


5 


135 


16.33 


30 X 


84 


51.95 


3 


156 


46.48 


3 


139 


42.11 


4 


168 


37.73 


4 


151 


33.36 


5 


167 


28.98 


5 


145 


17.5 


36 X 


84 


62.34 


2 


125 


55.78 


3 


167 


50 53 


3 


152 


45.28 


3 


136 


40.03 


4 


160 


34.78 


4 


139 


21. 


24 X 


96 


47.5 


3 


142 


42.5 


4 


170 


38.5 


4 


154 


34.5 


4 


138 


30.5 


5 


152 


26.5 


6 


159 


16. 


26 X 


96 


51.45 


3 


154 


46.03 


3 


138 


41.7 


4 


167 


37.37 


4 


149 


33.04 


5 


165 


28.7 


5 


143 


17.33 


28 X 


96 


55.4 


3 


166 


49.57 


3 


149 


44.9 


4 


180 


40.24 


4 


161 


35.57 


4 


142 


30.91 


5 


155 


18.66 


30 X 


96 


59.37 


3 


178 


53.12 


3 


159 


48.12 


3 


144 


43.12 


4 


172 


38.12 


4 


152 


33.12 


5 


166 


20. 


36 X 


96 


71.25 


2 


142 


63.75 


2 


127 


57.75 


3 


173 


51.75 


3 


155 


45.75 


3 


137 


39.75 


4 


159 


24, 


24 X 


120 


59.37 


3 


178 


53.12 


3 


159 


48.12 


3 


144 


43 . 12 


3 


129 


38.12 


4 


152 


33.12 


5 


166 


20. 


26 X 


120 


64.3 


2 


129 


57,53 


3 


173 


52.12 


3 


156 


46.7 


3 


140 


41.29 


4 


165 


35.87 


4 


143 


21.66 


28 X 


120 


69.26 


2 


139 


61.97 


3 


186 


56.14 


3 


168 


50.31 


3 


151 


44.47 


3 


333 


38.64 


4 


155 


23.33 


30 X 


120 


74.22 


2 


148 


66.41 


2 


133 


60.16 


3 


180 


53.91 


3 


162 


47.66 


3 


143 


41.41 


4 


166 


25. 


36 X 


120 


89.06 


2 


178 


79.69 


2 


159 


72.19 


2 


144 


64.69 


2 


129 


57.19 


3 


172 


49.69 


3 


149 


30. 



18 



c/ 




\, 



Wheeling Zinc Coated (galvanized) Sheets 

TABLE OF STANDARD SIZES SHOWING WEIGHTS OF SQUARE FEET, SHEETS 
AND BUNDLES (WITHOUT BANDS) AND NUMBER OF SHEETS IN ONE BUNDLE 



Gauges 


21 








22 






23 






24 






25 






Wt. per sq. 


ft. (oz.) 


24 


.5 


22.5 




20.5 




18.5 




16.5 






Wt. per sq. 


ft. (lbs.) 


1 


.531 




1.406 






1.281 






1.156 






1.031 






Size 

of 

Sheet 


Wt. 

of 
Sheet S 


No. 

of 

Sheets 


Wt. 

of 

B'dle 


Wt. 
of 

Sheet 


No. 

of 

5heet9 


Wt. 

of 

B'dle 


Wt. 

of 
Sheet i 


No. 

of 

sheets 


wt. 

of 
B'dle 


Wt. No. 
of of 

Sheet Sheets 


Wt. 

of 

B'dle 


Wt. No, 
of of 

Sheet Sheets 


Wt. 

of 

B'dle 


Sq. ft. 
Sheet 


24 X 


72 


18.37 


8 


147 


16.87 


9 


152 


15.37 


10 


154 


13.87 


11 


153 


12.37 


12 


148 


12. 


26 X 


72 


19.91 


8 


159 


18.28 


8 


146 


16.66 


9 


150 


15.03 


10 


150 


13.41 


11 


148 


13. 


28 X 


72 


21.44 


7 


150 


19.69 


8 


158 


17.94 


8 


144 


16.19 


9 


146 


14.44 


11 


159 


14. 


30 X 


72 


22.97 


7 


161 


21.09 


7 


148 


19.22 


8 


154 


17.34 


9 


156 


15.47 


10 


155 


15. 


36 X 


72 


27.56 


6 


165 


25.31 


6 


152 


23.06 


7 


161 


20.81 


7 


146 


18.56 


8 


148 


18. 


24 X 


84 


21.44 


7 


150 


19.69 


8 


158 


17-94 


8 


144 


16.19 


9 


146 


14.44 


11 


159 


14. 


26 X 


84 


23.21 


7 


162 


21.32 


7 


149 


19.42 


8 


155 


17.53 


8 


140 


15.63 


10 


156 


15.16 


28 X 


84 


25.01 


6 


150 


22.96 


7 


161 


20.92 


7 


146 


18.88 


8 


151 


16.84 


9 


152 


16.33 


30 X 


84 


26.8 


6 


161 


24.61 


6 


148 


22.42 


7 


157 


20.23 


7 


142 


18.05 


8 


144 


17.5 


36 X 


84 


32.16 


5 


161 


29.53 


5 


148 


26.91 


6 


161 


24.28 


6 


146 


21.66 


7 


152 


21. 


24 X 


96 


24.5 


6 


147 


22.5 


7 


157 


20.5 


7 


143 


18.5 


8 


148 


16.5 


9 


148 


16. 


26 X 


96 


26.54 


6 


159 


24.37 


6 


146 


22.2 


7 


155 


20.04 


8 


160 


17.87 


8 


143 


17.33 


28 X 


96 


28.57 


5 


143 


26.24 


6 


157 


23.91 


6 


143 


21.58 


7 


151 


19.24 


8 


154 


18.66 


30 X 


96 


30.62 


5 


153 


28.12 


5 


141 


25.62 


6 


154 


23.12 


7 


162 


20.62 


7 


144 


20. 


36 X 


96 


36.75 


4 


147 


33.75 


5 


169 


30.75 


5 


154 


27.75 


6 


166 


24.75 


6 


148 


24. 


24 X 


120 


30.62 


5 


153 


28.12 


5 


141 


25.62 


6 


154 


23.12 


7 


162 


20.62 


7 


144 


20. 


26 X 


120 


33.17 


5 


166 


30.46 


5 


152 


27.75 


6 


166 


25.04 


6 


150 


22.34 


7 


156 


21.66 


28 X 


120 


35.72 


4 


143 


32.81 


5 


164 


29.89 


5 


149 


26.98 


6 


162 


24.06 


6 


144 


23.33 


30 X 


120 


38.28 


4 


153 


35.16 


4 


141 


32.03 


5 


160 


28.91 


5 


145 


25.78 


6 


155 


25. 


36 X 


120 


45,94 


3 


138 


42.19 


4 


169 


38.44 


4 


154 


34.69 


5 


173 


30.94 


5 


155 


30. 




Gauges 


26 








27 






28 






29 






30 






Wt. 


per sq 


ft. (oz.) 


14. 


5 


13 


.5 




12.5 




11.5 




10.5 






Wt. 


3er sq 


ft. (lbs.) 




9062 




.8437 






.7812 




.7187 




.6562 




Size 

of 

Sheet 


Wt. 
of 

Sheet 


No. 

of 

Sheets 


Wt. 
of 

B'dle 


Wt. No. 
of of 

Sheet Sheets 


Wt. 

of 
B'dle 


Wt. 
of 

Sheet 


No. 

of 

Sheets 


wt. 

of 
B'dle 


wt. 

of 
Sheet 


No. 

of 

Sheets 


Wt. 

of 

B'dle 


Wt. 
of 

Sheet 


No. 
of 

Sheets 


Wt, 

of 

B'dle 


Sq. ft. 
sSeet 


24 X 


72 


10.87 


14 


152 


10.12 


15 


152 


9.37 


16 


150 


8.62 


17 


147 


7.87 


19 


150 


12. 


26 X 


72 


11.78 


13 


153 


10.97 


14 


154 


10.16 


15 


152 


9.34 


16 


149 


8.53 


17 


145 


13. 


28 X 


72 


12.69 


12 


152 


11.81 


13 


154 


10.94 


14 


153 


10.06 


15 


151 


9.19 


16 


147 


14. 


30 X 


72 


13.59 


11 


149 


12.66 


12 


152 


11.72 


13 


152 


10.78 


15 


162 


9.84 


15 


148 


15. 


36 X 


72 


16.31 


9 


147 


15.19 


10 


152 


14.06 


11 


155 


12.94 


12 


155 


11.81 


13 


154 


18. 


24 X 


84 


12.69 


12 


152 


11.81 


13 


154 


10.94 


14 


153 


10.06 


15 


151 


9.19 


16 


147 


14. 


26 X 


84 


13.74 


11 


151 


12.79 


12 


153 


11.84 


13 


154 


10.9 


14 


153 


9.95 


15 


149 


15.16 


28 X 


84 


14.8 


10 


148 


13.78 


11 


152 


12.76 


12 


153 


11.74 


13 


153 


10.72 


14 


150 


16.33 


30 X 


84 


15.86 


10 


159 


14.77 


10 


148 


13.67 


11 


150 


12.58 


12 


151 


11.48 


13 


149 


17.5 


36 X 


84 


19.03 


8 


152 


17.72 


9 


159 


16.41 


9 


148 


15.09 


10 


151 


13.78 


11 


152 


21. 


24 X 


96 


14.5 


10 


145 


13.5 


11 


148 


12.5 


12 


150 


11.5 


13 


149 


10.5 


15 


157 


16. 


26 X 


96 


15.71 


10 


157 


14.62 


10 


146 


13.54 


11 


149 


12.46 


12 


150 


11.37 


13 


148 


17.33 


28 X 


96 


16.91 


9 


152 


15.74 


10 


157 


14.58 


10 


146 


13.41 


11 


148 


12.25 


12 


147 


18.66 


30 X 


96 


18.12 


8 


145 


16.87 


9 


152 


15.62 


10 


156 


14.37 


10 


144 


13.12 


11 


144 


20. 


36 X 


96 


21.75 


7 


152 


20.25 


8 


162 


18.75 


8 


150 


17.25 


9 


155 


15.75 


10 


157 


24. 


24 X 


120 


18.12 


8 


145 


16.87 


9 


152 


15.62 


10 


156 


14.37 


10 


144 


13.12 


11 


144 


20. 


26 X 


120 


19.63 


8 


157 


18.28 


8 


146 


16.92 


9 


152 


15.57 


10 


156 


14.21 


11 


156 


21.66 


28 X 


120 


21.14 


7 


148 


19.68 


8 


157 


18.23 


8 


146 


16.77 


9 


151 


15.31 


10 


153 


23.33 


30 X 


120 


22.66 


7 


159 


21.09 


7 


148 


19.53 


8 


156 


17.97 


9 


162 


16.41 


9 


148 


25. 


36 X 


120 


27.19 


6 


163 


25.31 


6 


152 


23.44 


7 


164 


21.56 


7 


151 


19.69 


8 


158 


30. 



19 



oC 




3. 



Wheeling Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets 

(Formerly known as O. P. C. R. Sheets) 




THESE are flat sheets, true to gauge and uni- 
formly smooth, adapted to an extensive 
range of use where uncoated sheets are the re- 



quirement. As in the case of all Wheeling 
sheets, they are supphed in genuine Wheeling 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 



Standard Gauges: 
Standard Widths: 
Standard Lengths: 



Nos. 30, 29, 28, 27, 26 and 24 and heavier in even gauges. 

24, 26, 28, 30, and 36 inches. 

72, 84, 96, and 120 inches; also 24 x 101 for making stove pipe. 

EXTREME SIZES AND GAUGES 













Widths 


in Inches 














48 


44 


42 


40 


36 


32 


30 


28 


26 


24 


22 


20 


u.s.s. 

Gauges 










Lengths in Inches 






















16-Gauge 


ancJH 


eavier 












12 








100 


117 


117 


120 


120 


120 


120 


84 


84 


14 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


132 


132 


144 


144 


120 


120 


15 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


132 


132 


144 


144 


120 


120 


16 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


132 


132 


144 


144 


120 


120 












1 7-Gaug€ 


' and Lighter 












17 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


18 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


19 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


20 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


21 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


22 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


23 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


24 


96 


120 


120 


120 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


25 










144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


120 


26 






120 


120 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


96 


120 


27 






96 


120 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


96 


120 


28 








96 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


96 


29 










144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


120 


96 


30 










144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


144 


96 


96 



20 



J= 




5o 



Wheeling Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets 

STANDARD DIFFERENTIALS AND EXTRAS 

Effective July 1, 1931; subject to change without notice 



DIFFERENTIALS FOR GAUGES PER 100 LBS. 



No. 16 GAUGE AND HEAVIER 
24 INCH AND WIDER 

Sold Only on No. 10 Gauge Base 

Gauges Differentials per 100 lbs. 



7 . . 


. .Deduct . . 


. .$.05 


8 . . 


. .Deduct . . 


. . .05 


9 . . 


. .Base . . . 


. .Base 


10 . . 


. .Base . . . 


. .Base 


11 . . 


. .Add. . . 


. . .05 


12 . . 


. .Add. . . . 


. . .10 


13 . . 


. .Add. . . . 


. . .15 


14 . . 


. .Add. . . . 


. . .20 


15 . . 


. .Add. . . . 


. . .25 


16 . . 


. .Add. . . , 


. . .30 



No. 17 GAUGE AND LIGHTER 
24 INCH AND WIDER 

Sold Only on No. 24 Gauge Base 

Gauges Differentials per 100 lbs. 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



. Deduct 
. Deduct 
. Deduct 
. Deduct 
. Deduct 
. Deduct 
.Deduct 
.Base . 
.Add. . 
.Add. . 
.Add. . 
.Add. . 
.Add. . 
.Add. . 



$.35 
.30 
.25 
.20 
.15 
.10 
.05 

Base 
.05 
.10 
.15 
.25 
.40 
.50 



WIDTHS 



EXTRAS FOR WIDTHS AND LENGTHS PER 100 LBS. 



u.s.s. 


Gauge 


32" 

to 

36" 


36" 
to 

38" 


38" 

to 

40" 


40" 
to 

42" 


-OVER" 

42" 
to 

44" 


44" 

to 

46" 


46" 
to 

48" 


48" 

to 

50" 


50" 
to 

52" 


24" 

to 

12" 


12" 

to 
6" 


UNDER 

6" 
to 

3" 


3" 
to 

2" 


2" 
to 
1" 


16 and Heavier 
















.10 


.15 


.10 


.20 


.40 


.80 


1.30 


17-18 












.05 


.10 


.15 


.20 


.25 


.15 


.25 


.50 


1.00 


1.50 


19-21 










' 


.15 


.20 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.15 


.25 


.50 


1.00 


1.50 


22 






.10 


.15 


.20 


.30 


.40 


.50 






.15 


.25 


.50 


1.00 


1.50 


23-24 






.15 


.20 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 






.15 


.25 


.50 


1.00 


1.50 


25-27 






.20 


.30 


.50 


.60 










.20 


.30 


.60 


1.25 


1.75 


28 




.15 


.30 


.45 














.20 


.30 








29-30 




.15 


















.20 


.30 









LENGTHS 



U.S.S. Gauge 


124" 

to 

144" 


144" 

to 

168" 


168" 

to 

192" 


-OVER- 

192" 

to 

204" 


204" 

to 

216" 


216" 
to 

228" 


228" 

to 

240" 


60" 
to 
30" 


UNDER 

30" 18" 
to to 
18" 10" 


10" 
to 
6" 


16 and Heavier 




.50 


.75 


1.00 


1.00 


1.50 


2.00 


.10 


.15 


.25 


.45 


17-18 


.10 


.50 


.75 


1.00 








.15 


.25 


.35 


.55 


19-22 


.10 


.50 


.75 


1.00 








.15 


.25 


.35 


.55 


23-24 


.10 


.50 


.75 


1.00 








.15 


.25 


.35 


.55 


25 and Lighter 


.10 














.20 


.30 


.40 


.60 



21 



J= 




3o 



Wheeling Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets 

TABLE OF STANDARD SIZES SHOWING WEIGHTS OF SQUARE FEET, SHEETS 
AND BUNDLES (WITHOUT BANDS) AND NUMBER OF SHEETS IN ONE BUNDLE 



Gauges 10 




11 


12 


U 


14 


Wt. per sq. ft. (oz.) 
Wt. per sq. ft. (lbs.) 


90. 
5.625 


80. 
5. 


70. 
4.375 


60. 
3.75 


50. 
3.125 



Size 

of 

Sheet 



Wt. 

of 
Sheet 



No. Wt. 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 



Wt. 

of 
Sheet 



No. Wt. 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 



Wt. 

of 

Sheet 



No. Wt. 

of of 

Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. Sq.ft. 

of of of per 

Sheet Sheets B'dle Sheet 



24x72 


67.5 


2 


135 


60. 


3 


180 


52.5 


3 


157 


45. 


3 


135 


37.5 


4 


150 


12. 


26x72 


73.13 


2 


146 


65. 


2 


130 


56.88 


3 


171 


48.75 


3 


146 


40.63 


4 


162 


13. 


28x72 


78.75 


2 


157 


70. 


2 


140 


61.25 


2 


122 


52.5 


3 


157 


43.75 


3 


131 


14. 


30x72 


84.38 


2 


169 


75. 


2 


150 


65.63 


2 


131 


56.25 


3 


169 


46.88 


3 


141 


15. 


36x72 


101.25 


1 


101 


90. 


2 


180 


78.75 


2 


157 


67.5 


2 


135 


56.25 


3 


169 


18. 


24x84 


78.75 


2 


157 


70. 


2 


140 


61-25 


2 


122 


52.5 


3 


157 


43.75 


3 


131 


14. 


26x84 


85.31 


2 


171 


75.83 


2 


152 


66.35 


2 


133 


56.88 


3 


171 


47.4 


3 


142 


15 16 


28x84 


91.88 


2 


184 


81.67 


2 


163 


71.46 


2 


143 


61.25 


2 


122 


51.04 


3 


153 


16.33 


30x84 


98.44 


1 


98 


87.5 


2 


175 


75.56 


2 


153 


65.63 


2 


131 


54.69 


3 


164 


17.5 


36x84 


118.13 


1 


118 


105. 


1 


105 


91.88 


2 


184 


78.75 


2 


157 


65.63 


2 


131 


21. 


24x96 


90. 


2 


180 


80. 


2 


160 


70. 


2 


140 


60. 


2 


120 


50. 


3 


150 


16. 


26 X 96 


97.5 


2 


195 


86.67 


2 


173 


75.83 


2 


152 


65. 


2 


130 


54 17 


3 


162 


17.33 


28x96 


105. 


1 


105 


93 33 


2 


187 


81.67 


2 


163 


70. 


2 


140 


58.33 


3 


175 


18.66 


30x96 


112.5 


1 


113 


100. 


1 


100 


87.5 


2 


175 


75. 


2 


150 


62.5 


2 


125 


20. 


36x96 


135. 


1 


135 


120. 


1 


120 


105. 


1 


105 


90. 


2 


180 


75. 


2 


150 


24. 




Gauges 


15 






16 






17 




18 






19 




20 




Wt. per sq 


ft. (oz.) 42.4 




40. 






36. 


32. 






28. 




22. 






Wt. per sq 


ft. (lbs.) 


2.8125 


2.5 






2.25 




2. 






1.75 




1. 


5 





Size 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Sq. ft. 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


per 


Sheet 


Sheet 


Sheets B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets 


BMle 


Sheet 


Sheets B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets B'dle 


Sheet 



24x72 33.75 4 135 

26x72 36.56 4 146 

28x72 39.37 4 157 

30x72 42.19 4 169 

36x72 50.63 3 15'2 

24x84 39.38 4 157 

26x84 42.66 3 128 

28x84 45.94 3 138 

30x84 49.22 3 148 

36x84 59.06 2 118 

24x96 45. 3 135 

26x96 48.75 3 146 

28x96 52.5 3 157 

30x96 56.25 3 169 

36x96 67.5 2 135 



30. 


5 


150 


27. 


6 


162 


24. 


6 


144 


21. 


7 


147 


18. 


8 


144 


12. 


32.5 


5 


162 


29 25 


5 


146 


26. 


6 


156 


22.75 


7 


159 


19.5 


8 


156 


13, 


35. 


4 


140 


31.5 


5 


157 


28. 


5 


140 


24.5 


6 


147 


21. 


7 


147 


14. 


37.5 


4 


150 


33.75 


4 


135 


30. 


5 


150 


26.25 


6 


157 


22.5 


7 


157 


15. 


45. 


3 


135 


40.5 


4 


162 


36. 


4 


144 


35. 


5 


157 


27. 


5 


135 


18. 


35. 


4 


140 


31,5 


5 


157 


28. 


5 


140 


24.5 


6 


147 


21. 


7 


147 


14. 


37.92 


4 


152 


34.13 


4 


136 


30.33 


5 


152 


26 54 


6 


159 


22.75 


7 


159 


15.16 


40 83 


4 


163 


36.75 


4 


147 


32.67 


5 


163 


28.58 


5 


143 


24.5 


6 


147 


16.33 


43.75 


3 


131 


39.38 


4 


157 


35. 


4 


140 


30.63 


5 


153 


26.25 


6 


157 


17.5 


52 5 


3 


157 


47.25 


3 


142 


42. 


4 


168 


36.75 


4 


147 


31.5 


5 


157 


21. 


40. 


4 


160 


36. 


4 


144 


32. 


5 


160 


28. 


5 


140 


24. 


6 


144 


16. 


43.33 


3 


130 


39. 


4 


156 


34.67 


4 


139 


30.33 


5 


152 


26. 


6 


156 


17.33 


46.67 


3 


140 


42. 


4 


168 


37.33 


4 


149 


32.67 


5 


163 


28. 


5 


140 


18.66 


50. 


3 


150 


45. 


3 


135 


40. 


4 


160 


35. 


4 


140 


30. 


5 


150 


20. 


60. 


2 


120 


54. 


3 


162 


48. 


3 


144 


42. 


4 


168 


36. 


4 


144 


24. 



22 



c/ 




3. 



Wheeling Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets 

TABLE OF STANDARD SIZES SHOWING WEIGHTS OF SQUARE FEET, SHEETS 
AND BUNDLES (WITHOUT BANDS) AND NUMBER OF SHEETS IN ONE BUNDLE 



Gauges 



21 



Wt. per sq. ft. (oz.) 21.5 

Wt. per sq.ft. (lbs.) 1.375 



22 



20. 

1.25 



23 



18. 
1.125 



24 



16. 
1. 



25 



14. 



.875 



Size 

of 

Sheet 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Wt. No. Wt. 

of of of 

Sheet Sheets B'dle 



Sq. ft. 

per 
Sheet 



24x72 


16.5 


9 


148 


15. 


10 


150 


13.5 


11 


148 


12. 


12 


144 


10 51 


14 


147 


12. 


26x72 


17.88 


8 


143 


16.25 


9 


146 


14.63 


10 


146 


13. 


11 


143 


11.38 


13 


148 


13. 


28x72 


19.25 


8 


154 


17.5 


8 


140 


15.75 


9 


142 


14. 


11 


154 


12.25 


12 


147 


14. 


30x72 


20.63 


7 


144 


18.75 


8 


150 


16.88 


9 


152 


15. 


10 


150 


13.13 


11 


144 


15. 


36x72 


24.75 


6 


148 


22.5 


7 


157 


20.25 


7 


142 


18. 


8 


144 


15.75 


9 


142 


18. 


24x84 


19.25 


8 


154 


17.5 


8 


140 


15.75 


9 


142 


14. 


11 


154 


12.25 


12 


147 


14. 


26x84 


20.85 


7 


146 


18.96 


8 


152 


17.06 


9 


153 


15.16 


10 


152 


13.27 


11 


146 


15.16 


28x84 


22.46 


7 


157 


20.42 


7 


143 


18.37 


8 


147 


16.33 


9 


147 


14.29 


10 


143 


16.33 


30x84 


24.06 


6 


144 


21.88 


7 


153 


19.69 


8 


157 


17.5 


8 


140 


15.31 


10 


153 


17.5 


36x84 


28.88 


5 


144 


26.25 


6 


157 


23.63 


6 


142 


21. 


7 


147 


18.38 


8 


147 


21. 


24 X 96 


22. 


7 


154 


20. 


7 


140 


18. 


8 


144 


16. 


9 


144 


14. 


10 


140 


16. 


26x96 


23.83 


6 


143 


21.67 


7 


152 


19.5 


8 


156 


17.33 


9 


156 


15.17 


10 


152 


17.33 


28 x 96 


25.67 


6 


154 


23.33 


6 


140 


21. 


7 


147 


18.67 


8 


149 


16.33 


9 


147 


18.66 


30 X 96 


27.5 


6 


165 


25. 


6 


150 


22.5 


7 


157 


20. 


7 


140 


17.5 


8 


140 


20. 


36x96 


33. 


5 


165 


30. 


5 


150 


27. 


6 


162 


24. 


6 


144 


21. 


7 


147 


24. 




Gauges 


26 








27 






28 






29 






30 






Wt. per sq. 


ft. (oz.) 


12 




11.04 




10. 






9. 






8. 






Wt. per sq. 


ft. (lbs.) 




.75 




.6875 




.625 






.5625 




.5 







Size 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Wt. 


No. 


Wt. 


Sq. ft. 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


per 


Sheet 


Sheet 


Sheets 


B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets 


B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets 


B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets 


B'dle 


Sheet 


Sheets 


B'dle 


Sheet 



24x72 


9. 


16 


144 


8.25 


18 


148 


7.5 


20 


150 


6.75 


22 


148 


6. 


25 


150 


12. 


26x72 


9.75 


15 


146 


8.94 


16 


143 


8.13 


18 


146 


7.31 


20 


146 


6.5 


23 


149 


13. 


28x72 


10.5 


14 


147 


9.63 


16 


154 


8.75 


17 


149 


7.88 


19 


150 


7. 


21 


147 


14. 


30x72 


11.25 


13 


146 


10.31 


14 


144 


9.38 


16 


150 


8.44 


18 


152 


7.5 


20 


150 


15. 


36x72 


13.5 


11 


148 


12.38 


12 


148 


11.25 


13 


146 


10.13 


15 


152 


9. 


16 


144 


18. 


24x84 


10.5 


14 


147 


9.63 


15 


144 


8.75 


17 


149 


7.88 


19 


150 


7. 


21 


147 


14. 


26x84 


11.38 


13 


148 


10.43 


14 


146 


9.48 


16 


152 


8.53 


17 


145 


7.58 


19 


144 


15.16 


28x84 


12.25 


12 


147 


11.23 


13 


146 


10.21 


14 


143 


9.19 


16 


147 


8.17 


19 


155 


16.33 


30x84 


13.13 


11 


144 


12.03 


12 


144 


10.94 


14 


153 


9.84 


15 


148 


8.75 


17 


149 


17.5 


36x84 


15.75 


9 


142 


14.44 


10 


144 


13.13 


11 


144 


11.81 


13 


153 


10.5 


14 


147 


21. 


24 X 96 


12. 


12 


144 


11. 


13 


143 


10. 


15 


150 


9. 


16 


144 


8. 


18 


144 


16. 


26x96 


13. 


11 


143 


11.92 


12 


143 


10.83 


14 


152 


9.75 


15 


146 


8.67 


17 


147 


17.33 


28x96 


14. 


11 


154 


12.83 


12 


154 


11.67 


13 


152 


10.5 


14 


147 


9.33 


16 


149 


18.66 


30x96 


15. 


10 


150 


13.75 


11 


151 


12.5 


12 


150 


11.25 


13 


146 


10. 


15 


150 


20. 


36x96 


18. 


8 


144 


16.5 


9 


148 


15. 


10 


150 


13.5 


11 


148 


12. 


12 


144 


24. 



23 




WHEELING BLUED STOVE PIPE SHEETS 



THESE are special finished sheets, evenly col- 
ored throughout, uniformly smooth, flat and 
true to gauge, and carefully inspected. They 
are especially adapted to the manufacture of 



stove pipe, stove pipe elbows, and similar 
products. Gauges No. 26, No. 27, and No. 
28 in size 24 x 101 inches usually carried in 
stock for immediate shipment. 



WHEELING TIN MILL BLACK AND SPECIAL SHEETS 



WHEELING Tin Mill Black Hot Rolled An- 
nealed and Special Sheets are supplied in 
a full range of gauges and jBnishes. They are 
made of COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 
Complete information will be furnished upon 



request including standard extras for oiling, 
liming, roller leveling, stretcher leveling, re- 
squaring and differentials for all standard 
widths and lengths. Submit specifications for 
special forming requirements. 



United States Standard Gauge for Sheet and Plate Iron and Steel 

Adopted July 1, 1893 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Con- 
gress assembled, that for the purpose of securing uniformity the following is established as the only 
standard gauge for sheet and plate iron and steel in the United States of America, namely 



No. of 
gauge 


Approximate 
thickness in 
fractions of 


Approximate 
thickness in 
decimal parts 


Weight per 

square foot 

in ozs. 


Weight per 
square foot 
in lbs. avoir- 




an inch 


of an inch 


avoirdupois 


dupois, iron 


0000000 


1-2 


.5 


320 


20 


000000 


15-32 


.46875 


300 


18.75 


00000 


7-16 


.4375 


280 


17 5 


0000 


13-32 


.40625 


260 


16.25 


000 


3-8 


.375 


240 


15 


00 


11-32 


.34375 


220 


13.75 





5-16 


.3125 


200 


12.5 


1 


9-32 


.28125 


180 


11.25 


2 


17-64 


.265625 


170 


10.625 


3 


1^ 


.25 


160 


10. 


4 


15-64 


.234375 


150 


9.375 


5 


7-32 


.21875 


140 


8.75 


6 


13-64 


.203125 


130 


8.125 


7 


3-16 


.1875 


120 


7 5 


8 


11-64 


.171875 


110 


6.875 


9 


5-32 


.15625 


100 


6.25 


10 


9-64 


.140625 


90 


5,625 


11 


1-8 


.125 


80 


5. 


12 


7-64 


.109375 


70 


4.375 


13 


3-32 


.09375 


60 


3.75 


14 


5-64 


.078125 


50 


3.125 


15 


9-128 


.0703125 


45 


2.8125 


16 


1-16 


.0625 


40 


2.5 


17 


9-160 


.05625 


36 


2.25 



No. of 

gauge 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 
25 
26 
27 

28 
29 

30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
37 

38 



Approximate 

thickness in 

fractions of 

an inch 



1-20 
7-160 
3-80 
11-320 
1-32 
9-320 

1-40 
7-320 
3-160 
11-640 
1-64 
9-640 

1-80 

7-640 
13-1280 

3-320 
11-1280 

5-640 

9-1280 

17-2560 

1-160 



Approximate 

thickness in 

decimal parts 

of an inch 



Weight per 
square foot 

in ozs. 
avoirdupois 



.05 

.04375 

.0375 

.034375 

.03125 

.028125 

.025 

.021875 

.01875 

.0171875 

.015625 

-0140625 

.0125 

.0109375 

.01015625 

.009375 

.00859375 

.0078125 

.00703125 

.006640625 

.00625 



32 
28 
24 
22 
20 
18 

16 
14 
12 
11 
10 
9 



7 

63^ 

6 

5 

4^ 
4K 
4 



Weight per 
_ square foot 
in lbs. avoir- 
dupois, iron 



2. 

1.75 

1.5 

1.375 

1.25 

1 . 125 

1. 
.875 
.75 
.6875 
.625 
.5625 

.5 

.4375 

.40625 

.375 

.34375 

.3125 

.28125 

.265625 

.25 



23^'l893°'* Thi pllStTi ^""^ ri^^^^p that adopted by the U. S. Government, March 
zs, isyrf. J he allowable variations for standard weights, No. 16 USS Gauge is 5 ner 
cent plus or minus; No. 17 USS to No. 22 USS Gauges inclusive is 3 ^ per cent 



ALLOWABLE VARIATIONS 



plAis or minus: No. 23 USS Gauge and lighter 2 J4 per cent plus or minus. 

act^of lIiv ^' {SS^''*T",\''-*^'^''V^^"o^*^ '*^1 *"/"«t iron, as listed in the original 
act of July 1. 1893, steel being about 2 per cent heavier than iron. 



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Wheeling Roofings 



THE Wheeling line of formed 
roofings is complete — the 
result of 40 years in the man- 
ufacture of sheet metal prod- 
ucts. You can satisfy metal 
roofing customers with these 
styles: Corrugated, V-Crimp, Pressed Stand- 
ing Seam, Self-Capping Roll, Roll and Cap, 
Spanish Metal Tile and Metal Shingles. 
They are made in standard gauges. For longer 
service number 28 gauge and heavier, as fa- 




SUBSTANTIAL SAVING 

Time and weather tests never fail to prove 
the money -saving advantages of metal roof- 
ing. Point out to roofing prospects the estab- 
lished facts. No other material approaches 
Wheeling Roofings in durability, long life, low 
maintenance cost, ease and speed of applica- 
tion, attractiveness, and protection against the 
hazards of fire and lightning. 

LOWER UPKEEP 

Roofs should be bought for permanency. 
Wheeling Roofings are best sold on this basis. 
Their cost per year of service is usually far 
less than other roofing materials that must 
be continually stained, painted, tarred, grav- 
elled or otherwise maintained after the orig- 
inal installation. Like the purchase of an auto- 
mobile or farm machinery — roofing should be 
considered on the cost-per-year-of -service basis. 
With reasonable care it will last a lifetime. 

A Wheeling Zinc Coated Roof, put on in 1894, 
won the "Oldest Roof and Siding Contest" 
conducted by the Zinc Institute in 1926. 
When last reported the roof, located on a build- 
ing nine miles west of Fort Madison, Iowa, 
was still in first class condition. 



vored by the United States 
Department of Commerce in 
its Simplified Practice Spec- 
ifications, are recommended, 
Metals used are Wheeling Open 
Hearth Steel, known for its 
high grade uniform quality, and COP-R-LOY, 
the special copper alloyed metal, which for 
20 years has earned an enviable reputation 
for exceptional durability under exposure to 
the elements. (See page 13 for description.) 



FEW REPLACEMENTS 

Wheehng Roofings do not curl up and crack 
under exposure to sun, wind, rain and snow. 
They are the strongest and most rigid roof- 
ings manufactured. Replacements, for these 
reasons, are few and far between. 

The steel roof coated with pure zinc reflects 
the rays of the sun. The difference in trans- 
mission of heat between steel and wood roofs 
has been shown by actual test to be less than 
rV of a degree of temperature. After sundown 
the steel roof cools far more rapidly than roofs 
of absorptive qualities. 

FIRE-PROOF 

Metal roofing is non-inflammable and affords 
protection to buildings from external causes 
of fire. Internal fires are confined and do not 
spread to other buildings. 

LIGHTNING-PROOF 

Government statistics reveal the astonishing 
total of one hundred farm buildings destroyed 
each day by fire due to lightning and a mini- 
mum of $20,000,000 property per annum. 
Metal roofing properly grounded offers the 
most perfect lightning protective system as 



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established by experience and exhaustive lab- 
oratory tests. 

It has been repeatedly proved that a metal 
roof properly grounded makes lightning harm- 
less. In fact a building so roofed may be 
struck by lightning without the occupants of 
the structure being aware of the occurrence. 



In rural communities, sparsely settled and 
without organized, modern fire-fighting ap- 
paratus, nine times more fires are caused by 
lightning than in the larger cities. The greater 
use of steel roofing in the larger centers of 
population is a protecting element. No fire 
has ever been reported as a result of lightning 
striking a metal roof. 



SAVE WITH STEEL 




Lightning and a wood 

roof brought this sad 

result 




Two brick chimneys, 
remains of a once fine 
home which had an in- 
flammable roof 



A Steel roof, properly grounded, would have prevented destruction of 

this fine dairy barn which was the result of fire 

started by lightning 



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MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED FOR ORDERING 
ROOFING AND SIDING 




The diagrams on this page show the dimensions to be taken into consideration in determining requirements for roofing or 

siding on both ridge-roof and gambrel-roof buildings 

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MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED FOR ORDERING 
ROOFING AND SIDING 



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4- -^ 


GABLE END 




The diagrams on this page show the dimensions to be taken into consideration in determining requirements for roofing or 

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SHEETS PER SQUARE OF FORMED ROOFINGS 

(No allowance for End or Side Laps) 

To find the number of sheets in a given number of squares: 

Multiply the number of squares by the number set lor the material wanted. The result is the number 

opposite the length of sheet desired in the column of sheets required. 



23^- or 

l}^-inch 

Corrugated 

26 ins. wide 



IJ^-inch 

Corrugated 

253^ ins. wide 



J^-inch 
Corrugated 
25 ins. wide 



V-Crimp 
P.S.S., etc. 
24 ins. wide 



5 feet 




.... 9.231 


9.505 
7.921 
6.789 
5.941 
5.381 
4.752 
4.321 
3.961 


9.6 

8. 

6.857 

6. 

5.333 

4.8 

4.364 

4. 


10. 


6 feet 




.... 7.692 


8.333 


7 feet . . 




.... 6.593 


7.143 


8 feet . . 




.... 5.769 


6.25 


9 feet 




.... 5.128 


5.556 


10 feet . . 




.... 4.615 


5. 


11 feet 




.... 4.197 


4.546 


12 feet 




.... 3.846 


4.167 










Odd feet 


.... 46.1538 


47.5247 
570.2964 


48. 
576. 


50. 


Odd 


inches 


.... 553.846 


600. 



If for odd lengths, divide the number above by the 
length and multiply as before stated. If length is 



inches, use the number for "odd inches, 
use "odd feet." 



If in feet, 



SQUARE FEET PER SHEET OF FORMED ROOFINGS 



or 5^ -inch 
Corrugated 
26 ins. wide 



13^-inch 

Corrugated 

2534 ins. wide 



^-inch 
Corrugated 
25 ins. wide 



V-Crimp 
P.S.S., etc. 
24 ins. wide 



sq. ft. 



5 feet 10.833 

6 feet 13. 

7 feet 15.167 

8 feet 17.333 

9 feet 19.5 

10 feet 21.667 

11 feet 23.833 

12 feet 26. 



sq. ft. 



sq. ft. 



sq. ft. 



10.52 


10.417 


10. 


12.624 


12.5 


12. 


14.728 


14.583 


^ 14. 


16.832 


16.667 


16. 


18.937 


18.75 


18. 


21.041 


20.833 


20. 


23.145 


22.916 


22. 


25.248 


25. 


24. 



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CORRUGATED SHEETS 



A CORRUGATED sheet is the strongest form 
of steel roofing as the corrugations stiffen 
the sheet to the highest possible degree. Cor- 
rugated sheets are not affected by expansion 
and contraction but impart strength to the 
structure to which they are attached. When 
applied over light, inexpensive framing they 
make a low cost, substantial, fireproof roof 
which is lightning-proof when properly ground- 
ed. All sizes of corrugations are used exten- 
sively and, when the roof to be covered has a 
tight deck, personal taste largely determines 



the choice. On the open slat or purlin deck 
or where applied to wood or steel framing the 
larger sizes in the heavier gauges are recom- 
mended because of their greater stiffness. 

Wheeling Corrugated Sheets are made from 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc 
coated (Galvanized) or Painted Red. 

For extra long life and economical service 
the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Corrugated Sheets is recom- 
mended. 



3-INCH CORRUGATED ROOFING AND SIDING 

Gawg^e^: Pure Zinc Coated 16 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 16 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width after Corrugating both Corrugations down 26 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 feet 



2S4-INCH CORRUGATED ROOFING AND SIDING 

Gaw^e^; Pure Zinc Coated 12 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 12 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width after Corrugating both Corrugations down 26 inches 

Width after Corrugating one Corrugation up and one down 273^ inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 feet 



2-INCH CORRUGATED ROOFING AND SIDING 

Caw^e^: Pure Zinc Coated 18 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 18 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width after Corrugating both Corrugations down 26 inches 

Width after Corrugating one Corrugation up and one down . . . . .263^ inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 feet 



Surface area is computed on full width and length of sheets with no allowance for laps. 

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VMAWaW CORRUGATED SHEETS FOR STEEL DOORS AND SHUTTERS 

Gawfifes: Pure Zinc Coated 24 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 24 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Widths after Corrugating both Corrugations down 21 and 24 inches 

Width after Corrugating one Corrugation up and one down 21^ inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 feet 

1V4.INCH CORRUGATED ROOFING AND SIDING 

Gawgfe^'; Pure Zinc Coated 18 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 18 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

^i(Zf/i after Corrugating both Corrugations down . .253^ inches 

Width after Corrugating one Corrugation up and one down 26 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 feet 

5/8-INCH CORRUGATED CEILING AND SIDING 

Gawgre^: Pure Zinc Coated 20 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 20 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width after Corrugating one Corrugation up and one down 26 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, and 8 feet 

Surface area is computed on full width and length of sheets 
with no allowance for laps 



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Partial view of Wheeling Roofing Factory and Warehouse at Martins Ferry, Ohio 

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PROFILES OF CORRUGATED SHEETS 




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CORRUGATED 



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HEELING Cross Corrugatcd Sheets are Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized), 

recommended for siding for grain ele- or Painted Red. 

vators, mills and high buildings particularly ^^ ^ i i-p i • , • i 

where there is Hability of the structure settling. For extra long life and economical serv^^^^^ 

-^ ^ of pure zmc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY 

They are made from COP-R-LOY or Open Cross Corrugated Sheets is recommended. 

2'^.|NCH CROSS CORRUGATED SHEETS 

Gaw^e^— Pure Zinc Coated 16 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 16 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width Up to 36 inches 

Lengths— after cross corrugating. .45, 50, 56, 66, 77, 88, 100, 110, 121 and 132 inches 

iy4-INCH CROSS CORRUGATED SHEETS 

Gauges — Pure Zinc Coated 18 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 18 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width Up to 36 inches 

Lengths— after cross corrugating. .44, 49, 55, 65, 76, 87, 97, 104 and 130 inches 

5/8-INCH CROSS CORRUGATED SHEETS 

Gauges — Pure Zinc Coated 20 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

Painted Red 20 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

Width Up to 36 inches 

Lengths—after cross corrugating. .44, 49, 55, 65, 76, 87, 99, 109 and 130 inches 

ELEVATOR SHEETS 

WHEELING Elevator Sheets are laid with Gauges~~Fure Zinc Coated— 1 34-inch Corrugations— 
a two-inch end lap, and are nailed two ^^ to 29 gauges, inclusive 

inches above the upper edges of lower sheets, 23^-inch Corrugations- 

. 1 11 • . 1 lu ^ 1 « ^ . 1 16 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

thus allowing the sheets a play of two inches Painted Red— IM-inch Corrugations— 

in every 32 inches if the sides of the elevator 18 to 28 gauges, inclusive 

settle. By applying in this manner, sheets 2 K-inch Corrugations— 

will not buckle nor will the nails be drawn by ^u,,_^,,^, corrugating--26'fnchef '^"'^^' "^"^^ 

settling of the building. Length— 32 inches 

Surface area is figured on full width and length of sheets with no 

allowance for laps 

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Wheeling CorrugatecJ Roofing Fittings 




Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 

or Painted Red. For extra long life and economical service the use of pure 

zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY is recommended 



CORRUGATED RIDGE ROLL 

Gauges: Pure Zinc Coated— 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red —18, 20, 22, 24, 26 and 28 

Girths 10 in. 12 in. 14 in. 14 in. 

Size of Roll 2J^in. 2J^ in. 2}^ in. 3 in. 

Width of Apron . . . 334 in. 434 in. 534 in. 43^ in. 
Lengths: 96 in. or 120 in. for 10, 12 and 14 in. girths. 

28 in. for 21 in, girth. 
Corrugations; 2J^ in., 2 in. or 134 in. 



21 in. 

21^ in. 
Sin. 



CORRUGATED SIDE WALL FLASHING 

Gauges: Pure Zinc Coated— 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 

Painted Red —20. 22, 24, 26 and 28 
Girth: 12 in. 
Length: 120 in. 
Plain Return: 4 in. 
Corrugated Face: 73^ in. 
Corrugations: 23^ in., 2 in. or 134 in- 



CORRUGATED END WALL FLASHING 

Gauges: Pure Zinc Coated— 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red —20, 22, 24, 26 and 28 

Girth: 10 in. 

Lengths: 134 in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations one up and one down 
23^ in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations both down 
23^ in. Corrugated 273^ in. long with corrugations one up and one down 

Plain Return: 4 in. 

Corrugated Face: 6 in. 

Corrugations: 23^ in. or 134 in. 



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Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 

or Painted Red, For extra long life and economical service the use of pure 

zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY is recommended 



CORRUGATED GAMBREL FILLER 

Gauges: Pure Zinc Coated— 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red —20, 22, 24, 26 and 28 

Girth: 12 in. 

lengths: 1^ in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations one up 
and one down 
2}4. in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations both down 
23^ in. Corrugated 273^ in. long with corrugations one up 
and one down 

Plain Return: 6 in. 

Corrugated Face: 6 in. 

Corrugations: 2]A, in. or l}^ in. 

Note: When using this fitting the upper corrugated sheets should 
extend about 1 inch below the break line. 



CORRUGATED OVERHANG SECTION 

Gauges: Pure Zinc Coated— 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 

Painted Red —20, 22, 24, 26 and 28 
Girth: 10 in. 

Lengths: IJ^ in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations one up 

and one down 
23^ in. Corrugated 26 in. long with corrugations both down 
23^ in. Corrugated 273^ in. long with corrugations one up 

and one down 

Plain Return: 4 in. 
Corrugated Face: 6 in. 
Corrugations: 23^ in. or 13^ in. 



CORRUGATED LEAN-TO FILLER 

Same as Corrugated Gambrel Filler with the exception of the direction of the break. 

Note: The actual covering length of End Wall Flashing, Gambrel Filler, Lean- 
to Filler and Overhang Section is 24 inches. No allowance should be made for 
area covered because the corrugated sheets lap either over or under these fittings. 



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This type of roofing 
may be applied direct- 
ly to framing over 
sheathing or over old 
shingle roofs 




The crimp down the 
middle stiffens the 
sheet, preventing rat- 
tling in a strong wind 
and also improves the 
appearance of the roof. 
V-Crimp is a very pop- 
ular type of roofing in 
every section 




The second crimp on 
the edge of the sheet 
acts as a water guard, 
preventing the passage 
of water or wind-driven 
rain. The center crimp 
acts as a reinforcement 
and adds to the at- 
tractiveness of the roof 



A very strong and rigid type of roofing. The double crimps on the lapping edges 

of the sheets offer further security against rain or snow being blown under the 

joints. The two crimps in the center provide additional rigidity and give an 

added attractiveness to the roof 



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V-CRIMP ROOFING 

V -Crimp is a very popular style of roofing for application over old 
shingle roofs or direct to framing over sheathing. It should be 
used on roofs having a pitch of not less than 23^ inches to the foot. 
V-Crimp is made from flat sheets by forming a side lapping edge in 
the shape of an inverted "V". There are several different types of 
Wheeling V-Crimp Roofing that are designated by the number of 
crimps formed in each sheet. 

Wheeling V-Crimp Roofing is made from COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, all styles of which are furnished pure zinc coated 
(Galvanized) or Painted Red. 



For extra long life and most economical ser- 
vice the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY is recommended. 

Gauges^Fure Zinc Coated— 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red— 20, 22, 24, 26 and 28 

Width — Covering width on all styles is 24 inches 

Lengths: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 feet 




V-Crimped Roofing applied over sheathing 




V- Sticks are furnished when ordered and at 
low cost for use in applying V-Crimp 
Roofing. Fifty lineal feet of V- Sticks are 
sufficient for one square when used un- 
der outside crimps only. If center stick 
is used, 100 lineal feet of V-Sticks per 
square will be required. 

In figuring squares, no allowance is made 
for end laps. 



V- Crimped Roofing may be applied directly over old 
shingle roofs 



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PRESSED STANDING SEAM ROOFING 



THIS style of roofing is recommended for use 
on roofs of slight pitch. The high seam 
helps to prevent seepage. It is easily applied 
and can be used on framing over sheathing or 
over old shingle roofs. One pound of side 
cleats and one-fifth pound of end cleats are 
required for laying one square (100 sq. ft.). 

Wheeling Pressed Standing Seam Roofing is 








made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, 
pure zinc coated (Galvanized) or Painted Red. 

For extra long life and economical service 
the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Pressed Standing Seam Roof- 
ing is recommended. 

Gauges— Fme Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 

Painted Red —24, 26 and 28 
Width — Covering width 24 inches 
Lengths: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 feet 

In figuring squares, no allowance is made for 
end laps. 

The short end of the side cleat is nailed close to the outer edge of the 
standing seam, using two 1-inch galvanized barbed roofing nails. 

The long end of the cleat is bent over the standing seam to make 
a snug fit. After the next sheet is applied over the cleat the exposed 
end is bent back over the top and clinched with seaming tongs. 
Cleats are placed 12 to 14 inches apart. End cleats are bent to 
hook under end lock and then nailed to roof beyond the edge of the 
sheet. Use two end cleats to each sheet. 



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SELF-CAPPING ROLL ROOFING 



ROLL Roofing can be used on roofs of very 
slight pitch and should be applied only 
over solid sheathing. It is recommended that 
a good quality of roofing paper be used under 
the metal to prevent sweating and dripping 
from condensation in cold weather if gas or 
steam is used in the building, or where there 
is heat next to the roof. Many dealers, par- 
ticularly those who understand the laying of 
standing seam roofing, find a ready sale and 
an ever-increasing market for this type of 
roofing. It presents a clean and attractive 
appearance for residences and buildings where 
other styles of roofing may not always be 
desirable. 

Wheeling Self-Capping Roll Roofing is made 
from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure 
zinc coated (Galvanized) or Painted Red. 



For extra long life and economical service the 
use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Self-Capping Roll Roofing is 
recommended. 

Gauges— Pure Zinc Coated— 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red— 26 and 28 

Sizes — Roll 26 J4 inches wide, 50 feet long, will cover 
one square applied with a 1-inch standing seam. 
Can also furnish 26-inch wide rolls 50 feet long, 
which cover one square when applied with ^-inch 
standing seam. 

Cross seams are double locked and notched 
and the last edge is turned and protected 
with a heavy wood strip to prevent damage 
to the lock in shipping. 

Regularly appKed with cleats, the application 
requiring one pound per square. 



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ROLL AND CAP ROOFING 



MADE from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth 
Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) or 
Painted Red. 

For extra long life and economical service the 
use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Roll and Cap Roofing is rec- 
ommended. 



Gauges — Pure Zinc Coated- 
Painted Red — 



-26, 28 and 29 
26 and 28 



Sizes — Rolls are 26 inches wide and 50 feet long and 
cover one square when applied with a ^-inch stand- 
ing seam. 

Cross seams are double locked and notched 



and the last edge is turned and protected 
with a heavy wood strip to prevent damage 
to the lock in transit. 

Rolls are made to be applied with either 
outside or protected cleats. For outside cleat 
application one pound of solid cleats and 25 
separate caps, each 26 inches long, are regular- 
ly supplied with each square. Caps for this 
roofing up to 8 feet in length can be supplied 
without extra charge. For protected cleat 
application there are supplied with each 
square one pound of split cleats and 25 caps, 
each 26 inches long. 



All Wheeling Roll Roofings are made from special 
soft sheets for easy workabihty in applying; all sheets 
are resquared before coating to provide straight edges. 



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ZINC COATED (galvanized) ROLL VALLEY 



ROLL Valley is made from 
COP.R-LOY or Open Hearth 
Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) . 

Standard rolls are 50 feet long with 
seams single locked, not soldered. 
Furnished also with double locked 
seams, not soldered, or with single or 
double locked seams soldered one or 
both sides. 

Gauges~'24:, 26, 28 and 29 

Widths— 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 26, 28, 30 
and 36 inches 

Furnished in 100-foot or any length 
rolls on special order. 







ZINC COATED (galvanized) FLASHINGS 



These are made of COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized). 



Suitable for use with all types of roofing. 
Wired in packages of 100 pieces each. 

Sizes — 4 X 5, 5 X 7, and 7 x 10 inches 



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WHEELING Ornamental Sidings are used 
where economy and ease of construction 
are important factors. Resembling natural 
brick and stone they make a neat and at- 
tractive appearance on the building. 

They are made from COP-R-LOY or Open 



Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
or Painted Red. 

For extra long life and economical service, 
the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Sidings is recommended. 




PRESSED BRICK SIDING 

Gauge,^—FuTe Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red. . . 24, 26 and 28 

Width 28 inches 

Length . 60 inches 

Size of brick 2^ x 83^ in. 

No. of sheets per square. . 8.6 

No. of sheets required to 
cover a square 9 



ROCK FACE BRICK SIDING 

Gauges— Fure Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red. . . 24, 26 and 28 

Width 28 inches 

Length 60 inches 

Size of brick 2^8 x 8J^ in. 

No. of sheets per square. . 8.6 

No. of sheets required to 

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Wheeling Sidings 
ROCK FACE STONE SIDING 



Gauges— Fnve Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 

Painted Red. . . 24, 26 and 28 

Width 28 inches 

Length 60 inches 

Size of stones 7 x 12 inches 

No. of sheets per square . 8.6 

No, of sheets required to 

cover a square 9.5 




WEATHERBOARD SIDING 



An especially attractive and desirable 
# V siding for various types of inexpensive 
buildings and especially where fire hazard is a 
consideration. Wheeling Weatherboard Sid- 
ing, made of COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, has the special under-cut profile 
exactly as found on all weatherboard siding 
made of wood. (See illustration above at 
right.) It is economical in cost of both ma- 



terial and application, being applied direct to 
framing or over rough sheathing. 

Furnished without return flange at bottom 
of sheet on special order. 

Gauges— Ynre Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 
Painted Red. . . .24, 26 and 28 

Width . 24 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 

feet 



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Wheeling Sidings 
CORNER FINISH AND PILASTER 

HEELING Corner Finish and Pilaster are made from COP-R-LOY 
or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) or 
Painted Red. 

For extra long life and economical service the use of pure zinc coat- 
ed (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY Corner Finish and Pilaster is recom- 
mended for all installations of Wheeling Rock Faced Stone Siding. 



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STONE CORNER 
FINISH 

Gauges— Fute Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 

and 29 
Painted Red 24, 26 and 28 

Girth 24 inches 

Length 54 inches 

Size of stones 5^ x 7 and 7 x 12 inches 



STONE PILASTER 

Gauges— Pure Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 

and 29 
Painted Red 24, 26 and 28 

Girth 22 inches 

Length 54 inches 

Face 12 inches 

Return . 4 inches 

Flange . 1 inch 

Size of stones 5^ x 7 and 7x12 inches 




Stone Pilaster 



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Wheeling Sidings 
BEADED SIDING OR CEILING 



PRACTICAL for both siding 
and ceiling, these sheets 
can be furnished either plain 
or with i^-inch cross crimp. 
The cross crimping prevents 
buckles, adds more stiffness 
to the sheets and gives them 
a very pleasing appearance. 
These sheets may be ap- 
plied over sheathing, direct 
to framing or on furring 
strips if used for ceiling. 
They are made from 
COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, pure zinc 
coated (Galvanized) or 
Painted Red. 




For extra long life and economical service the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Beaded Ceiling or Siding is recommended 

Gauges— Yure Zinc Coated 24, 26, 28 and 29 gauges 

Painted Red 24, 26 and 28 gauges 

Width 24 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 feet 

3/16-INCH CROSS CRIMPED SHEETS 



FOR CORNICES AND 

SHEET METAL WORK 

Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, 
pure zinc coated (Galvanized) or Painted Red. 

The crimps stiffen the sheets and provide ex- 
cess metal for forming over irregular surfaces 
without stretching or tearing of the metal. 
Particularly suitable for use in making cornices 
and ornamental sheet metal work. 

Gauges— Fure Zinc Coated— 24, 26, 28 and 29 

gauges 

Painted Red . . 24, 26 and 28 
gauges 

Width Up to 36 inches 

Lengths 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 

and 12 feet 




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Wheeling Curved Corrugated Sheets 




WHEELING Curved Corrugated Sheets are 
made from COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
or Painted Red. 



For extra long life and economical service 
the use of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY Curved Corrugated Sheets, 
Awning Sheets and Arches is recommended. 



CURVED CORRUGATED SHEETS USED WITH I-BEAMS 

1^4 or 2!^-lnch Corrusations 



THESE sheets can be used for concrete con- 
struction work, ceilings, tanks, cisterns, 
vaults, cellars, roofing, bridges, underground 



passages and between I-beams in buildings of 
iron or steel constructions. Sheets can be 
furnished curved to any desired radius. 



Gauges — Pure Zinc Coated — 13^-inch Corrugations 20 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

23^-inch Corrugations 12 to 29 gauges, inclusive 
Painted Red . . Ij^^-inch Corrugations 20 to 28 gauges, inclusive 
23^-incli Corrugations 12 to 28 gauges, inclusive 
26 and 27J^ inches 
Up to 144 inches 



Widths after corrugating 
Lengths before curving . 



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GRAVE ARCHES 



COP-R-LOY or 

coated 



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THESE are made from 
Open Hearth Steel, pure 
(Galvanized) or Painted Red. 

For assurance of permanence, the use of 
pure zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY 
Grave Arches is recommended. 

Curved to a rise of: 
5.7 inches 
6.0 inches 
6.0 inches 
6.0 inches 
6.0 inches 



Grave Arches are made only from No. 22 gauge 
sheets with 23/^-inch corrugations. Sheets are 
26 inches wide after corrugating. Where these 
arches are used, graves may be leveled off 
and grass planted almost immediately as the 
fills so supported do not have tendency to sink. 
Base will be: 

20 inches 

24 inches 

32 inches 

34 inches 

36 inches 



To install, shave off a little earth on each side vault, so that each end of the arch will be 
of the excavation just above the top of the substantially supported. 

Excavations 8 feet in length require 4 sheets. 

"U" CURVED ARCHES 

''U" Curved Arches are manufactured to meet special require- 
ments. Submit specifications with sketch and dimensions. 

AWNING SHEETS 

SINGLE OR DOUBLE CURVE 

1% or 2Ka-lnch Corrugations 
Gauges — Pure Zinc Coated — IJ^-inch Corrugations 20 to 29 gauges, inclusive 

2J^-inch Corrugations 12 to 29 gauges, inclusive 
Painted Red . . IJ^-inch Corrugations 20 to 28 gauges, inclusive 
23^-inch Corrugations 12 to 28 gauges, inclusive 
Widths after corrugating . 26 and 273^ inches 
Lengths before curving. . 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 feet 



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TABLE FOR COMPUTING LENGTHS OF CURVED SHEETS 




RISEOR HEIGHT 
BASE OR SPAN 



DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING— For ceiling, give the distance be- 
tween the web of the I-beam, rise of arch and length and number of 
spaces. Divide the height of arch by length of span; in column of heights, 
find the number agreeing with the quotient thus obtained; take number 
opposite to it in column to the right and multiply it by length of span, 



Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


.001 


1.00002 


.135 


1.04792 


.19 


1.09365 


.245 


1 - 15308 


.005 


1.00007 


.136 


1.04862 


.191 


1.09461 


.246 


1.15429 


.01 


1.00027 


.137 


1.04932 


.192 


1.09557 


.247 


1.15549 


.015 


1.00061 


.138 


1.05003 


.193 


1.09654 


.248 


1.1567 


.02 


1.00107 


.139 


1.05075 


.194 


1.09752 


.249 


1.15791 


.025 


1.00167 


.14 


1.05147 


.195 


1.0985 


.25 


1.15912 


.03 


1.0024 


.141 


1.0522 


.196 


1.09949 


.251 


1.16033 


.035 


1.00327 


.142 


1.05293 


,197 


1.10048 


.252 


1.16157 


.04 


1.00426 


.143 


1.05367 


.198 


1.10147 


.253 


1 . 16279 


.045 


1.00539 


.144 


1.05441 


.199 


1.10247 


.254 


1.16402 


.05 


1.00665 


.145 


1.05516 


.2 


1.10348 


.255 


1.16526 


.055 


1.00805 


.146 


1.05591 


.201 


1.10447 


.256 


1.16649 


.06 


1.00957 


.147 


1.05667 


.202 


1.10548 


.257 


1.16774 


.065 


1.01123 


.148 


1.05743 


.203 


1.1065 


.258 


1.16899 


.07 


1,01302 


.149 


1.05819 


.204 


1.10752 


.259 


1.17024 


.075 


1.01493 


.15 


1-05896 


.205 


1-10855 


.26 


1.1715 


.08 


1.01698 


.151 


1.05973 


.206 


1.10958 


,261 


1.17275 


.085 


1.01916 


.152 


1.06051 


.207 


1 11062 


.262 


1.17401 


.09 


1.02146 


.153 


1.0613 


.208 


1.11165 


,263 


1.17527 


.095 


1.02389 


.154 


1.06209 


.209 


1.11269 


.264 


1-17655 


.1 


1.02645 


.155 


1.06288 


.21 


1.11374 


.265 


1.17784 


.101 


1.02698 


.156 


1.06368 


.211 


1.11479 


.266 


1.17912 


.102 


1.02752 


.157 


1.06449 


.212 


1-11584 


.267 


1,1804 


.103 


1.02806 


.158 


1.0653 


.213 


1.11692 


.268 


1.18162 


.104 


1.0286 


.159 


1.06611 


.214 


1.11796 


.269 


1.18294 


.105 


1.02914 


.16 


1.06693 


.215 


1.11904 


.27 


1 - 18428 


.106 


1.0297 


.161 


1.06775 


.216 


1.12011 


.271 


1.18557 


.107 


1.03026 


.162 


1.06858 


.217 


1.12118 


.272 


1.18688 


.108 


1.03082 


.163 


1.06941 


.218 


1 . 12225 


.273 


1 . 18819 


.109 


1.03139 


.164 


1.07025 


.219 


1 . 12334 


.274 


1.18969 


.110 


1.03196 


.165 


1.07109 


.22 


1 . 12445 


.275 


1 . 19082 


.111 


1.03254 


.166 


1.07194 


.221 


1 . 12556 


.276 


1.19214 


.112 


1.03312 


.167 


1.07279 


.222 


1 . 12663 


.277 


1.19345 


.113 


1.03371 


.168 


1.07365 


.223 


1.12774 


.278 


1.19477 


.114 


1.0343 


.169 


1.07451 


.224 


1.12885 


.279 


1.1961 


.115 


1.0399 


.17 


1.07537 


.225 


1.12997 


.28 


1.19743 


.116 


1.03551 


.171 


1.07624 


.226 


1 . 13108 


.281 


1-19887 


.117 


1.03611 


.172 


1.07711 


.227 


1 . 13219 


.282 


1.20011 


.118 


1.03672 


.173 


1.07799 


.228 


1.13334 


.283 


1.20146 


.119 


1.03734 


.174 


1.07888 


.229 


1-13441 


.284 


1.20282 


.12 


1.03797 


.175 


1.07977 


.23 


1.13557 


.285 


1.20419 


.121 


1.0386 


.176 


1.08066 


.231 


1 . 13671 


.286 


1.20558 


.122 


1.03923 


,177 


1.08156 


.232 


1.13786 


.287 


1.20696 


.123 


1.03987 


.178 


1.08246 


.233 


1.13903 


.288 


1.20828 


.124 


1.04051 


.179 


1.08337 


,234 


1.1402 


.289 


1.20967 


.125 


1.04116 


.18 


1.08428 


.235 


1.14136 


.29 


1.21202 


.126 


1.04181 


.181 


1.08519 


.236 


1.14247 


.291 


1.21239 


.127 


1.04247 


.182 


1.08611 


.237 


1 . 14363 


.292 


1.21381 


.128 


1 04313 


.183 


1.08704 


.238 


1.1448 


.293 


1.2152 


.129 


1.0438 


.184 


1.08797 


.239 


1.14597 


.294 


1.21658 


.13 


1.04447 


.185 


1.0889 


.24 


1 . 14714 


-295 


1.21794 


.131 


1.04515 


.186 


1.08984 


.241 


1.14831 


.296 


1.21926 


.132 


1.04584 


.187 


1.09079 


.242 


1.14949 


.297 


1.22061 


.133 


1.04652 


.188 


1.09174 


.243 


1.15067 


.298 


1.22203 


.134 


1.04722 


.189 


1.09269 


.244 


1.15186 


.299 


1.22347 



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) which gives length of sheet required. Example: Find length of sheet, 

base (or span) being 100 inches, rise being 25 inches. 25 divided by 
100 equals .25; and .25, per table, equals 1.15912, length of base, which 
multiplied by 100 equals 115.912 inches, length of sheet before curving. 




RISE OR HEIGHT 
BASE OR SPAN 



Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


Height 


Length 


.3 


1.22495 


.35 


1.29997 


.4 


1.38322 


.45 


1.47377 


.301 


1.22635 


351 


1.30156 


.401 


1.38496 


.451 


1.47565 


.302 


1.22776 


.352 


1.30315 


.402 


1.38671 


.452 


1.47753 


.303 


1.22918 


.353 


1.30474 


.403 


1.38846 


.453 


1.47942 


.304 


1.23061 


.354 


1.30634 


.404 


1.39021 


.454 


1.48131 


.305 


1.23205 


.355 


1.30794 


.405 


1.39196 


.455 


1.4832 


.306 


1.23349 


.356 


1.30954 


.406 


1.39372 


.456 


1.48509 


.307 


1.23494 


.357 


1.31115 


.407 


1.39548 


.457 


1.48699 


.308 


1.23636 


.358 


1.31276 


.408 


1.39724 


.458 


1.4H889 


.309 


1.2378 


.359 


1.31437 


.409 


1.399 


.459 


1.49079 


.31 


1.23925 


.36 


1.31599 


.41 


1 40077 


.46 


1.49269 


.311 


1.2407 


.361 


1.31761 


.411 


1.40254 


.461 


1.4946 


.312 


1.24216 


.362 


1 31923 


.412 


1.40432 


.462 


1.49651 


.313 


1.2436 


.363 


1.32086 


.413 


1.40*51 


.463 


1.49842 


.314 


1.24506 


.364 


1.32249 


.414 


1.40788 


.464 


1.50033 


.315 


1.24654 


.365 


1.32413 


.415 


1.40966 


.465 


1.50224 


.316 


1.24801 


.366 


1.32577 


.416 


1.41145 


.466 


1 50416 


.317 


1.24946 


.367 


1.32741 


.417 


1.41324 


.467 


\,m:m 


.318 


1.25095 


.368 


1.32905 


.418 


1.41503 


.468 


1.508 


.319 


1.25243 


.369 


1.33069 


.419 


1.41682 


.469 


1 50992 


.32 


1.25391 


.37 


1.33234 


.42 


1.41861 


.47 


1.51182 


.321 


1.25539 


.371 


1 33399 


.421 


1.42041 


.471 


1.51378 


.322 


1.25686 


.372 


1.335ii4 


.422 


1.42222 


.472 


1.51571 


.323 


1.25836 


.373 


1.3373 


.423 


1.42402 


.473 


1.517(>4 


.324 


1.25987 


.374 


1.33896 


.424 


1.42583 


.474 


1.51958 


.325 


1.26137 


.375 


1.34063 


.425 


1.427e)4 


.475 


1.52152 


.326 


1.26286 


.376 


1.34229 


.426 


1.42945 


.476 


1.52346 


.327 


1.26437 


.377 


1.34396 


.427 


1.43127 


.477 


1.52541 


.328 


1.26588 


.378 


1.34563 


.428 


1.43309 


.478 


1.52736 


.329 


1.2674 


.379 


1.34731 


.429 


1.43491 


.479 


1-52931 


.33 


1.26892 


.38 


1.34899 


.43 


1.43673 


.48 


1.53126 


.331 


1.27044 


.381 


1.35068 


.431 


1.43856 


.481 


1.53322 


.332 


1.27196 


.382 


1.35237 


.432 


1.44039 


.482 


1.53518 


.333 


1.27349 


.383 


1.35406 


.433 


1.44^?2 


.483 


1.53714 


.334 


1.27502 


.384 


1.35575 


.434 


1.44405 


.484 


1.5391 


.335 


1.27656 


.385 


1.35744 


.435 


1.44589 


.485 


1.54186 


.336 


1.2781 


.386 


1.35914 


.436 


1.44773 


.486 


1.54302 


.337 


1.27964 


.387 


1.36084 


.437 


1.44957 


.487 


1.54499 


.338 


1.28118 


.388 


1.36254 


.438 


1.45142 


.488 


1.54696 


.339 


1.28273 


.389 


1.36425 


.439 


1.45327 


.489 


1.54893 


.34 


1.28428 


.39 


1.36596 


.44 


1.45512 


.49 


1.5509 


.341 


1.28583 


.391 


1.36767 


.441 


1.45697 


.491 


1.55228 


.342 


1.28739 


.392 


1.36939 


.442 


1.45883 


.492 


1.55486 


.343 


1.28895 


.393 


1.37111 


.443 


1.46069 


.493 


1.55685 


.344 


1.29052 


.394 


1.37283 


.444 


1.46255 


.494 


1.55854 


.345 


1.29209 


.395 


1.37455 


.445 


1.46441 


.495 


1.56083 


.346 


1.29366 


.396 


1.37628 


.446 


1.46628 


.496 


1.56282 


.347 


1.29523 


.397 


1.37801 


.447 


1.46815 


.497 


1.56481 


.348 


1.29681 


.398 


1.37974 


.448 


1.47002 


.498 


1,5668 


.349 


1.29839 


.399 


1.38148 


,449 


1.47189 


.499 
.5 


1.56879 
1.57079 



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Wheeling Roofing Nails 

For use in applying Wheeling Roofings and Sidings 



WHEELING LEAD HEADED NAILS 

Barbed Shank . . . Needle Point 

STANDARD lengths: 1}4, 1%, and 2 inches. Furnished up to 4-inch 
lengths on special orders. Nails 1% inches are the most com- 
monly used. Approximately 13^ to 2 pounds are required to apply 
one square of zinc coated (Galvanized) Roofing. It is not necessary 
to use lead washers with lead headed nails. The soft lead head 
flattens down when the nail is driven and tightly seals the nail hole, 
preventing the seepage of water. 

Also supplied zinc coated (Hot Process) and strongly recommended 
for apphcation of all Wheeling Zinc Coated Roofings. 




Lead Headed Nail 



WHEELING STANDARD BARBED ROOFING NAILS 



Zinc Coated (Hot Process) or Bright 



Sizes 



Gauge Nos. 



Approx. No, 
to Pound 



/4 in. 


13 


714 


Kin. 


12 


469 


1 in. 


12 


411 


IJ^in. 


12 


365 


IMin. 


11 


261 


l^in. 


11 


230 


IMin. 


10 


176 


IMin. 


10 


151 


2 in. 


9 


103 



We recommend the use of zinc coated (Hot Process) 

Nails. Requires approximately % pound to apply a 

square of zinc coated (Galvanized) Roofing 




Barbed 
Roofing Nail 




Lead Washer 



WHEELING LEAD WASHERS 

Approximately % pound of Wheeling Lead Washers is re- 
quired to apply a square of zinc coated (Galvanized) Roof- 
ing when used with Barbed Roofing Nails. Lead Washers 
are placed with the convex side up, the head of the nail 
forcing the washer tightly against the sheet and effective- 
ly sealing the small opening against the entrance of moisture. 

WHEELING ROOFING BUTTONS 

Zinc Coated or Tin 13^-inch diameter. Packed in 10-, 25-, or 
50-pound packages; also 300-pound barrels 




Roofing Button 



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HAND-DIPPED TERNE COATED ROOFING PLATES 

WITH A BASE OF GENUINE WHEELING-MADE 

COP-R-LOY 



THE roof commonly referred to as the Tin 
Roof, when properly made and applied, 
compares favorably with any type of roofing 
and in many particulars is superior to a roof 
made from other more expensive materials. 

Architecturally, the tin roof is the only correct 
type for many classes of structure, making it 
possible to achieve simplicity in the roof de- 
sign as well as harmony in its relation to the 
other structural features of the building. In 
keeping with the popular Georgian or early 
American Colonial types of architecture the 
tin roof is highly desirable. 

For many years the leading roofing plates for 
the construction of such roofs have 
been Wheeling Old Style or Old 
Method Roofing Ternes, which are 
adapted to roofs of any pitch, are 
light in weight, easily and econom- 
ically applied. Excellent in ap- 




pearance, fire-proof and, when properly 
grounded, they are lightning-proof. 30- or 
40-pound Coated Ternes (utilizing the cor- 
rect mixture of pure tin and lead) withstand 
the destroying forces of nature for remark- 
ably long periods. 

To more fully assure long service and de- 
pendabihty all Wheeling Old Style or Old 
Method Terne Plates are now made with 
a base of COP-R-LOY, the special Wheeling 
alloy capable of prolonging their service many 
times more than if they were made of or- 
dinary steel. 

To protect buyers of this roofing product there 
are stamped on each plate of Old 
Style or Old Method Ternes the 
Wheeling trade mark, weight of 
coating and the words : Old Meth- 
od or Old Style Hand-Dipped 
COP-R-LOY. 



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Wheeling COP-R-LOY Roofing Ternes 
OLD METHOD OR OLD STYLE— IC AND IX BASE WEIGHTS 

MADE OF COP-R-LOy AND HAND-DIPPED 




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STANDARD COATINGS AND FINISHES 

Standard sizes: 20 x 28 inches and 14 x 20 inches. 

Names Weights of Coating Finishes 

Old Method 47 lbs. Oil 

Old Method 40, 30 and 25 lbs. Bright Dry or Oil 

Old Style .20 and 15 lbs. Bright Dry or Oil 

Old Style .8 lbs. Bright Dry or Oil 

Fire Door Standard 20 lbs. Bright Dry or Oil 

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Packed 112 sheets 20 x 28 inches or 14 x 20 inches per package 



OLD Style and Old Method Plates 20 x 28 
inches with 15-pound and heavier coat- 
ings are redipped, resquared, and each plate 
stamped. 8-pound coated plates stamped but 
are resquared only on special order at a small 



extra charge. WheeHng COP-R-LOY Roofing 
Ternes are carefully packed, top and bottom 
plate in each package being protected by heavy 
oiled paper. Boxes are tightly wired with four 
wires to insure dehvery without breakage. 




Wheeling IC^7 1 
Old Method 
Hand-Dipped 
COP-R-LOY 




Wheeling IC— 40 lbs. 
Old Method 
Hand-Dipped 
COP-R-LOY 




Wheeling IC— 30 1 
Old Method 
Hand-Dipped 
COP-R-LOY 






Wheeling IC— 25 lbs. 
Old Method 
Hand-Dipped 
COP-R-LOY 





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Wheeling IC— 20 ] 
Old Style 
COP-R-LOY 



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Wheeling IC— 15 lbs. 

Old Style 

COP-R-LOY 



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Wheeling IC— 8 lbs. 

Old style 

COP-R-LOY 




On the stamps for IX Plates, IX is substituted for IC 



Wheeling IC— 20 lbs. 

Fire Door Standard 

Wheeling Corrugating Co. 



SHIPPING WEIGHTS PER PACKAGE OF 112 SHEETS, 20 x 

IC 

47-lb. Oil Finish 265 pounds 

40-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 258 pounds 

30-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 248 pounds 

25-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 243 pounds 

20-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 238 pounds 

15-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 233 pounds 

8-lb. Bright Dry or Oil Finish 226 pounds 

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28 INCHES 

IX 

321 pounds 
314 pounds 
304 pounds 
299 pounds 
294 pounds 
289 pounds 
282 pounds 



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IC 20-POUND COATED 

Complies with Standard Specifications of Under- 
writers' Laboratories for Fire Door Terne Plate 



Specifications: 



■he plate shall be 
IC base weight (107 



T 

lb.) or heavier, classi- 
fied as being of a '20- 
pound weight' in ac- 
cordance with Sim- 
plified Practice Recom- 
mendation No. 30 of 

the U. S. Department of Commerce, approved 
January 1, 1925. 

''Each case of terne plate of 112 sheets 20 x 
28 inches shall have a nominal weight of not 
less than 226 pounds with a plus or minus 
tolerance of approximately 4 per cent. 

"Each base box of terne plate of 112 sheets 14 
X 20 inches shall have a nominal weight of 
not less than 113 pounds with a plus or minus 
tolerance of approximately 4 per cent. 




"The plates shall have 
straight edges and 
square corners and 
shall be 'resquared' by 
the plate manufacturer 
before shipment. (For 
the purpose of this 
specification 're- 
squared' shall be 
understood as mean- 
ing that one long side is taken as a base edge 
without trimming and that the other three 
sides are trimmed true to it as a base.) 

"Each plate shall be identified as to the ac- 
tual manufacturer by means of name or reg- 
istered trade-mark and the words *Fire Door 
Standard', IC 20-lb.' This identification 
shall consist of a legend stamped in the sheet; 
in addition, private brand names or marks 
may be shown if desired." 



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Wheeling Coke Tin Plate 

Standard sizes: 14 x 20, and 20 x 28 inches 

Odd sizes supplied when size of order justifies All coke plates sold on basis of 112 sheets, 
special manufacturing. 14 x 20 inches, called a base box. 

PRIME COKE PLATES 

THAYER BRAND 

Wheehng Prime Coke Plates are assorted with thus assuring clean, bright plates of unusually 
the greatest care. Each plate is carefully ex- high quality, 
amined and approved by skilled inspectors, 

Net weights per base box 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, IC107, IXL128 and 1X135 pounds 

Standard sizes 20 x 28 and 14 x 20 inches 

Coke Plates For Heater Pipe and Furnace Pipe 

WALLACE BRAND (Unassorted) 



Sizes of plates 
Diameters of pipe 



20x23" 20x263^" 20x29^" 20x32J^" 20x39" 24x293^" 24x32}^" 24x39" 
7" 8^ 9" 10" 12" 9" 10" 12" 



ICL net weight, 112 sheets. 
IXL net weight, 112 sheets. 



165 lbs. 190 lbs. 211 lbs. 233 lbs. 279 lbs. 253 lbs. 280 lbs. 335 lbs. 
210 lbs. 242 lbs. 270 lbs. 297 lbs. 357 lbs. 324 lbs. 356 lbs. 428 lbs. 



STANDARD GAUGES AND WEIGHTS OF TIN PLATE 



Nearest 
U.S. Standard 
Trade Name Gauge No. 

55 lbs 38 

60 lbs 37 

65 lbs 36 

70 lbs 35 

75 lbs 34 

80 lbs. 33 

85 lbs 32 

90 lbs 31 

95 lbs 31 

100 lbs. (ICL) 303^ 

IC 30 

IXL 28 

IX 28 

IXX 27 

IXXX 26 

IXXXX 25 

IXXXXX 25 



Weights per 
Square Foot 



Weights 

per Base Box 

14 x 20 



.253 pounds 
.276 pounds 
.298 pounds 
.321 pounds 
.344 pounds 
.367 pounds 
.390 pounds 
.413 pounds 
.436 pounds 
.459 pounds 
.491 pounds 
.588 pounds 
.620 pounds 
.712 pounds 
.804 pounds 
.895 pounds 
.987 pounds 



55 pounds 

60 pounds 

65 pounds 

70 pounds 

75 pounds 

80 poxuids 

85 pounds 

90 pounds 

95 pounds 

100 pounds 

107 pounds 

128 pounds 

135 pounds 

155 pounds 

175 pounds 

195 pounds 

215 pounds 



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Wheeling Long Terne Sheets 




MADE of COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth 
Steel, full finished, and coated with 
a mixture of tin and lead known as Terne 
Metal. 

COP-R-LOY Long Terne Sheets are used ex- 
clusively in the making of many present-day 



necessities and conveniences, and are speci- 
fied by architects and engineers for many 
kinds of permanent construction. 

Long Terne Sheets are supplied in either 
Bright Dry or Oil Finish. Unless ordered 
otherwise, Bright Dry is shipped. 



COATINGS 

Standard Quality and Finish. 

Heavy Coatings — 40, 30, 20 and 15 pounds. 

When Standard Coating is specified, no fur- 
ther explanation is necessary as to weight. 

When Heavy Coated is specified, state weight 
of coating required. 

Unless otherwise ordered, Standard Coated, 
Bright Dry Finish is shipped. When Standard 
Coating, Bright Dry, or Oil Finish is wanted 
on deep drawing or extra deep drawing stock, 
order must so state, and be large enough for 
a rolling. 



Unit of coating weight is number of pounds 
of Terne Coating per box of 112 sheets, 20 x 
28 inches. 



STANDARD GAUGES 

All even gauges from 14 to 30 inclusive. 



STANDARD SIZES 

Widths: 24, 28, 30 and 36 inches 
Lengths: 96 and 120 inches 

Special sizes are furnished either "unassorted" 
or with "seconds" arising and included. Or- 
ders must state which. 



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Wheeling Long Terne Sheets 



EXTREME SIZES AND GAUGES 



48 to 44" 



42" 



40" 



38" 



36 to 24" 



Gauges 

14-16 120 

18-22 120 

24 96 

20 

27 

28 

29-30 



Lengths in Inches 



120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


120 


144 


120 


120 


120 


144 


120 


120 


120 


144 


96 


120 


120 


144 




96 


120 


144 
144 



The weights and thicknesses of Long Terne Sheets are approx- 
imately the same as for Black gauges 



Less carload orders of Long Terne Sheets 
should be shipped crated. The crating charge 



is nominal to cover the cost of materials and 
labor. 



FORTY-POUND COATED LONG TERNE SHEETS 

Made of COP-R-LOy 



Many sheet metal workers prefer to use 40- 
pound Coated Long Terne Sheets in 8-foot 
lengths, instead of regular 20 x 28-inch sheets, 



for making eaves trough, pipe, valley, etc., 
and the following sizes are carried in stock for 
quick shipment. 



30 gauge (IC) 20 J^ x 96 inches 

30 gauge (IC) 283^ x 96 inches 

28 gauge (IX) 20^ x 96 inches 

28 gauge (IX) 24 >^ x 96 inches 

28 gauge (IX) . 283^ x 96 inches 

28 gauge (IX) 303^ x 96 inches 

26 gauge 24 1^ x 96 inches 

26 gauge 28}^ x 96 inches 

Guaranteed to be of the same quality as 40- COP-R-LOY. Sold unassorted and shipped 

pound Coated Old Method Roofing Ternes. crated only. 

Every sheet is stamped 40-pound Coated Packed in crates containing 300 pounds. 



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Wheeling COP-R-LOY Teme Roll Roofing 




MADE from IC and IX Wheeling 
COP-R-LOY Terne Roofing Plates. Also 
from all weights of coatings and from 40-pound 
Coated COP-R-LOY Long Terne Sheets. 

Every sheet is resquared and stamped with 
name of plate and weight of coating. This in- 
sures straight rolls and identification of the 
quality product. 

Rolls contain 28 or 31 sheets, 20 x 28-inch, as 
ordered, with seams single locked and sol- 
dered; double locked and soldered; or with 



either single or double locked seams not sol- 
dered. Regular stock is 28 sheet rolls, either 
20 or 28 inches wide, with seams single 
locked and soldered, painted on under side. 
Rolls not painted or painted both sides as 
ordered. 

All rolls have steel heads which protect the 
edges in handling, shipping and storing. The 
head on one end is branded with name of 
plate, size and number of sheets per roll. This 
makes the material very convenient to handle. 



28 sheet rolls 20 inches wide are 61 5^ feet long and contain 103 square feet after locking 
28 sheet rolls 28 inches wide are 43 feet long and contain 100^ square feet after locking 
31 sheet rolls 20 inches wide are 683^ feet long and contain 114 square feet after locking 
31 sheet rolls 28 inches wide are 47^ feet long and contain lUJ^ square feet after locking 

When ordering always specify width and number of sheets per roll, whether single or double locked 
seams — soldered or not soldered; whether painted one side, two sides or not painted. 

SHIPPING WEIGHTS PER ROLL OF 28 SHEETS 

IC Standard (8 to 12 pounds) Coated . . .55 pounds IC — 25-pound Coated 58 pounds 

IC — 15-pound Coated 56 pounds IC— 30-pound Coated 60 pounds 

IC— 20-pound Coated 57 pounds IC— 40-pound Coated 62 pounds 

IC — 47-pound Coated 64 pounds 



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Wheeling COP-R-LOY Terne Roll Valley and Gutter 




MADE from both IC and IX Wheeling 
COP-R-LOY Terne Roofing Plates of 
all weights of coating and from COP-R-LOY 
Long Terne Sheets. 

Every sheet is resquared and stamped with 
name of plates and weight of coating. 

Rolls are 10, 14, 20 or 28 inches wide, contain- 
ing 50 or 100 lineal feet, with single or double 
locked seams soldered or not soldered, as or- 



dered. Rolls are painted one or both sides, or 
unpainted as ordered. 

All rolls have steel heads which protect the 
edges. Head at one end is branded with 
name of plate, size and length of roll. 

When ordering, always specify width and 
length of rolls desired; whether single or double 
locked seams — soldered or not soldered; wheth- 
er painted one side, two sides or not painted. 



SHIPPING WEIGHTS PER 100 FEET 



Special 

8 lbs. 
Coated 



15 lbs. 
Coated 



^ IC IC IC 

Width of Stondard 

Rolls ^ ^"^• 

Coated 

10 inches. ...... 42 lbs. 45 lbs. 46 lbs, 

14 inches 59 lbs. 63 lbs. 64 lbs. 

20 inches 84 lbs. 90 lbs. 91 lbs. 

28 inches 118 lbs. 125 lbs. 127 lbs. 



IC 



IC 



20 lbs. 
Coated 



47 lbs. 

65 lbs. 

93 lbs. 

129 lbs. 



25 lbs. 
Coated 



IC 



48 lbs. 

67 lbs. 

95 lbs. 

133 lbs. 



30 lbs. 
Coated 



IC 



40 lbs. 
Coated 



49 lbs. 

68 lbs. 

97 lbs. 

135 lbs. 



51 lbs. 

71 lbs. 
101 lbs. 
141 lbs. 



IC 



47 lbs. 



53 lbs. 

73 lbs. 
105 lbs. 
145 lbs. 



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Wheeling COP-R-LOY Terne Flashings 




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TERNE Flashings (trade name, Tin Flash- 
ings) are made exclusively of COP-R-LOY 
base in same coating weights as Roofing Plates, 



cut to size and painted on both sides (fur- 
nished not painted when ordered). Wired in 
packages of 100 pieces each. 



Standard sizes: 4 x 5, 5 x 7 and 7 x 10 inches 
Approximate shipping weights of Flashings per 100 pieces: 



Sizes 



4 X 5 in. 



5 X 7 in. 



7 X 10 in. 



IC 8 lbs 7 pounds 13 pounds 27 pounds 

IC 15 lbs 8 pounds 13 pounds 27 pounds 

IC 20 lbs 8 pounds 14 pounds 28 pounds 

IC 25 lbs 8 pounds 14 pounds 29 pounds 

IC 30 lbs 9 pounds 15 pounds 29 pounds 

IC 40 lbs. 9 pounds 15 pounds 30 pounds 

IC 47 lbs. 10 pounds 16 pounds 31 pounds 



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WHEELING FLASHING HOOKS 






Standard List Prices Per 100 




Sizes 


IJ^in. 


2J^in. 


3^ in. 


5J^in. 


7Min. 


Black . 
Tinned. 


. $ .90 

. 1.10 


$1.50 

1.80 


$2.20 
2.70 


$5.00 
6.00 


$ 8.00 
10.00 



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Wheeling COP-R-LOy Spanish Metal Tile 

MADE OF RUST-RESISTING 

COP-R-LOY 

and 

HAND-DIPPED 

IN PURE MOLTEN ZINC 






Eaves Tile No. 161 



Main Tile No. 150 



Size of tile 83^" x 11^" — packed in crates containing 144 main 
tiles — sufficient to lay one square 



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ouBLY durable — made of terne coated COP-R-LOY 
and Hand-Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc. 

The combination of these long-life qualities — full rust- 
resistance and heavy, doubly protective coating — as- 
sures a roof of enduring permanence and protection 
that will require little or no repair during the life of 
the building. Furnished in two weights — IC and IX. 

Wheeling Spanish Tile can also be supplied made from 
IC or IX Terne Coated COP-R-LOY painted red or 
green as may be ordered. Also on special order it may 
be made from 16-oz. copper. 



Spanish Metal Tiles lock together Uke metal shingles. 
The specially designed locking joints provide for con- 
traction and expansion due to variations in temperature. 

They are particularly suited for homes, churches, stores, 
garages, filling stations and public buildings. 

The Wheeling line of Spanish Tile and Fittings is com- 
plete. This is a big advantage because it means a roof 
of one uniform quality throughout. 

See pages 68, 69, 70, and 71 for Directions for Ap- 
plying. 



ENDURING BEAUTY AT MODERATE COST 



THE beautiful and massive roof effect of the 
old Spanish structures is now obtainable by 
the use of Wheeling Spanish Tile. These 
sturdy, light weight metal tiles do not require 
heavy and costly timbering but can be applied 
on inexpensive framing. Metal tiles do not 
break; they are watertight, and are very easy 



to handle and apply. Now you can offer home 
builders and home owners an attractive Spanish 
Tile roof of metal that is fire-safe, rust-re- 
sisting, and lightning-proof, at a very moderate 
cost. You can supply beauty and charm in 
a metal roof of this kind with convincing as- 
surance of permanence and distinct economy. 



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GABLE 

STARTER TILE 

No. 162 

COVERS 3*X tl^* 



LEFT HAND SIDEWALL 
FLASHING TILE No. 164 

COVERS 8>i-X llJi^WITH 



EAVES TILE 
No. 161 

COVERS 8H''X 11^" 



MAIN TILE 
No. 150 



GABLE 
END 
FINISH 
No. 159 



10 FT. LENGTHS 



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RIDGE TILE 

No. 153 

COVERS 8*X 34* 



VALLEY No. 160 

20" GIRTH 

8' EXPOSED SURFACE 

10 FT. LENGTHS 



RIDGE TILE CAP 
No. 153A 



COVERS 34" 



RIGHT , 
VALLEY vi* 

TiLE 

No. 151 






RIDGE TILE FLASHING 
No. 158R 



COVERS 34" LENGTHWISE 



ONE RIGHT AND 
ONE LEFT VALLEY 
TILE REQUIRED 
FOR EACH ROW 
OF MAIN TILE THAT 
INTERSECTS VALLEY 
MAXIMUM COVERING 
AREA 8H*X 20' 



No. 152 



LEFT 
VALLEY 
TILE 



THE complete line of Wheeling Spanish Metal Tile 
I and Fittings is illustrated on this and the following 
page. All of these various fittings have been carefully 
designed to make a finished roof of harmony and sym- 
metry that will be true to type. The fittings for use 
along roof edges, valleys, and around dormers facilitate 
the speedy application of the tile and should be used 
as recommended in the directions for applying, to 
promote the best results. 



Nos. Fittings 

162 Gable Starter Tile 

164 Left Hand Sidewall 

Flashing Tile 

161 Eaves Tile 

150 Main Tile 

159 Gable End Finish 
153 Ridge Tile 
153A Ridge Tile Cap 
158R Ridge Tile Flashing 

160 Valley 

151 Right Valley Tile 

152 Left VaUey TUe 



How to Apply 




See Fig. No. 2 


Page 68 


See 


" 71 


See Fig. No. 2 


" 68 


See Fig. No. 2 


'* 68 


See Fig. No. 3 & 4 


68-69 


See Fig. No. 5 & 6 


•* 69 


These members 




form No. 153 




See Fig. No. 9 & 10 


" 71 


See Fig. No. 9 & 10 


*' 71 


See Fig. No. 9 & 10 


" 71 



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COPRLOY 



HIP TILE \ 
No. 155 V| 



ONE REQUIRED FOR EACH ROW 
OF MAIN TILE THAT INTERSECTS HIP 



LEFT HAND 
HIP TILE 
No. i55B 



RIGHT HAND 
HIP TILE 
No. 155A 



P TILE 

W FLASHING 
No. 158 

34" LONG— ONE PIECE REQUIRED 
FOR EVERY FOUR ROWS OF TILE 




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HIP STARTER 
No. 156 



i4Ln«««»'*"" 



GABLE FINIAL 
No. 154 



|1lTTiIl!lfmm 

-: DORMER FINIAL 

*, No. 163 



tiiitlitri 






FINIAL 
No. 157 

FOR TWO HIPS AND ONE RIDGE 



^ FINIAL ' 

No. 157B 

FOR TWO RIDGES AND ONE HIP 



J^ FINIAL 
No. 157A 

FOR FOUR HIPS 



ON PAGES 68-71 full instructions are given as to 
where to use and how to apply the fittings illus- 
trated on this and the preceding page. The use and 
proper application of all of these fittings, as may be 
required, are very essential to the appearance and 
eflSciency of the finished roof. As the fittings are made 
of the same materials as the tiles you are assured of a 
complete roof of uniform, finest, and most durable 
quality, that may be expected to render thorough 
satisfaction. 



Nos. 


Fittings 




How to Apply 




155 


Hip Tile 




See Fig. No. 8 


Page 70 


155A 


Right Hand Hip Tile \ 
Left Hand Hip Tile / 




These members 




155B 




form No. 155 




158 


Tile Flashing 




See 


« 71 


156 


Hip Starter 




See Fig. 8 


" 70 


154 


Gable Finial 




See 


" 70 


163 


Dormer Finial 




See Fig. 7 


" 70 


157 


Finial for 2 hips and 1 ridge 


See 


" 71 


157B 


Finial for 2 ridges and 1 hip 


See 


" 71 


157A 


Finial for four hips 




See 


.. 71 



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Instructions for Applying 




EQUAL SPACES 8 H" LONG 



LENGTH OF ROOF 



NOT MORE TH 

NOT LESS THAN 1 K" 



THIS SPACE 
- MUST BE 





A Spanish Metal Tile roof correctly applied 
i is both beautiful and symmetrical. Prop- 
er application not only enhances the appear- 
ance of the roof, but adds to the efficiency, life 
and service of the material. Read the fol- 
lowing instructions carefully: 

First preparatory step 

Apply wood sheathing without gaps between boards. 
Cover the wood sheathing with building paper — it 
deadens sound and insulates the roof. 

Second preparatory step 

The gable edges of the roof should be at right angles 
with the ridge or comb, and also with the eaves. Note 
and correct any deviation. 

First preparatory measurement (See Fig. 1) 

Starting at the left gable edge, and measuring parallel 
with eaves to the right, lay off a space of 3 inches. 
Divide the remaining space, entire length of the roof, 
into sections of S}4 inches each (the width of the tile). 
Should the remaining space at the right gable be less 
than 5 inches in width but more than 3^ inches, ex- 
tend this "remaining space" to the left until it is at 
least 5 inches, see figure No. 1. This is done to avoid 
cutting the rolls of the Main or Eaves Tiles. 

Should the space at the right be less than 3J^ inches, 
then move the beginning point at the left to the left 
the distance necessary to make the "remaining space" 
at the right at least 5 inches. This will make it neces- 
sary to use one more row of tile. By reference to figure 
No. 3, it is seen that Gable End Finish No. 159 pro- 
vides an adjustment of 13^ inches of Gable Starter 
Tile No. 162. 

The above measurements establish a starting point at 
the left. Beginning with this starting point, mark off 
the roof into spaces 8^ inches each (the width of the 
tile) and with a chalk line mark the roof, as shown in 
figure No. 1, into lines which must be parallel with the 
gable edge. 

NOTE: — If there are valleys in the roof. Valley No. 
160 should be applied before applying Eaves or Main 
Tile (see instructions on pages 70 and 71). 



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Instructions For Applying 



Application oF Gable Starter Tile No. 162 
(See Fis. 2) 

Lay the first Gable Starter Tile No. 162 at the lower 
left corner as shown in figure No. 2, making sure that 
the bead on the tile is exactly over the chalk line. 

Application of Eaves Tile No. 161 (See Fig. 2) 

Hook Eaves Tile No. 161 into Gable Starter Tile 
No. 162 — lay from left to right, keeping the beads 
over the lines and the ends of the tiles parallel with the 
eaves, as shown in figure No. 2. 

Application of Main Tile No. 150 
(See Figs. 2 and 4) 

After the row of Eaves Tile No. 161 is laid, measure 
from the upper edge of the tiles towards the ridge 
or comb of the roof 11^ inches, and make a chalk 
line across the roof from gable edge to gable edge, 
repeating these lines 11^^ inches apart to the comb 
or ridge as shown in figure No. 2. Begin by laying 
Gable Starter Tile No. 162, then lay the Main 
Tile No. 150 from left to right, always bringing the 
upper edges of the tiles to the intersections of the 
chalk lines. Both Eaves and Main Tiles at the right 
gable edge should be cut and bent upward to the right 
angle as shown in figure No. 4. 

Application of Gable End Finish No. 159 
(See Figs. 3 and 4) 

After all the Gable, Eaves and Main Tiles are laid, 
apply Gable End Finish No. 159, nailing it into the 
edge of the sheathing along the gables as shown in 
figures Nos. 3 and 4. 

Applying Ridge Tile No. 1 53 (See Figs. 5 and 6) 

To apply Ridge Tile No. 153, use a piece of wood 
called the Bidge Board on top of the ridge or comb. 
The Ridge Board should extend above the sheathing 
to a certain height determined by the pitch of the roof 
as follows: 



Rise in 12 Inches 


Height of Board 


Thick 


ness of Board 


12* 




2^" 




Wi' 


10' 




3" 




m' 


8" 




4' 




IH' 


6" 




W^' 




IK' 


5' 




5' 




IH' 



•l: 





;able W 

^TARTER 

TILE NO. 162 



MAIN TILE NO. 150 




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Instructions For Applying 



Fit the Ridge Flashing No. 158-R over the Main Tile 
No. 150 at ridge or comb and nail it to the Ridge Board. 
Apply Ridge Tile Cap No. 153- A on top of Ridge 
Board and Flashings, securing with clips provided on 
the Ridge Flashings No. 158-R, and nail through the 
top into the Ridge Board using a Lead Headed Nail. 
If Lead Headed Nails are not used, cover nail heads 
with solder or roof cement to make them leak-proof. 

Applying Gable Finial No. 1 54 

Apply Gable Finial No. 154 after Ridge Tile No. 
153 has been fastened. The apron of the Finial fits 
over the Ridge Tile. The Finial is then nailed to the 
edge of the sheathing with Lead Headed Nails. If 
Lead Headed Nails are not used, cover the heads with 
solder or roof cement. 






EAVES TILE 
I NO. 161 I 



T VALLEY TILE 

NO. 152 I II 1 



a. -L 




r ■ " ■ n n n n " ' "^ 


RIDGE TILE NO. 153 / 

11 11 11 11 ^ 



I I WHEELING I ! I 
SPANISH TILE NO. 150 



VALLEY NO. 160 X^ 



EAVES TILE NO. 161 



DORMER FINIAL 
RIDGE TILE NO. 153 NO. 163 ^ 



^^404 0- 



FITTING NO. 165 X:;;J:U_— ^ 
TO BE USED WHEREX>sKi 
DORMER RIDG 
INTERSECTS MAIN ROOF 



Applying Hip Starter No, 156 (See Fis. 8) 

Hip Starter No. 156 is to be cut to fit the corner at 
the lower end of hip and nailed as shown in figure No. 8. 
Use a 1-inch board to support the two halves of the 
Hip Tile. At the junction of the Ridge Board with the 
Hip Board, the two boards should be brought to the 
same height. 

Applying Hip Tiles No. 1 55 (See Fig. 8) 

Hip Tiles No. 155 (No. 155-A Right Hand and No. 
155-B Left Hand) are adjustable to variations of pitch 
and can be fitted snugly upon the roof tiles. The left 
hand member (No. 155-B) should first be fitted over 
the roof tiles and tightly nailed at the bottom of the 
shaped flange with Lead Headed Nails. The flat part 
at the top should then be nailed to the supporting hip 
board, using three (3) 6d Cement Coated Nails to 
each section. The folded edge is then bent down form- 
ing a hook which is inserted in the turned edge of the 
right hand member (No. 155-A) forming a lock. This 
lock should be partly closed and then the right hand 
member fitted to the roof tiles and nailed. After this 
is done the lock should then be malleted down tightly 
to form a watertight joint. 

Applying Valley No. 160 and Valley Tiles Nos. 
151 and 152 (See Figs. 9 and 10) 

Valley No. 160 should be applied before laying the 
Eaves Tile No. 161 or the Main Tile No. 150. After 




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Instructions For Applying 



-BEFORE AFTER 

FLATTENING FLATTENING 



Valley No. 160 is applied, cut Valley Tile No. 152 
Left and Valley Tile No. 151 Right so the cut edges 
will be parallel to the valley, turning the edges under 
to form a hook about Y2 inch to Y% inch in width. 
These hooks are to be inserted into the fold in No. 160 
Valley and seams formed by mashing down with a 
wooden mallet. (See figure No. 9.) Where and how to 
cut Vallej^ Tiles Nos. 152 and 151 is best determined 
on the job, the amount of cutting varying with the 
different conditions and necessary adjustments. 



left hand side of a roof. Since Spanish Tiles are always 
applied by starting at the lower left hand corner of the 
roof, therefore, only left hand Side Wall Flashing Tiles 
are furnished. To apply, turn the plain flashing edge 
up to the proper angle and proceed the same as with 
the Main Tiles, allowing the plain flashing to extend 
up the wall. 

Where there is a wall on the right hand side of the roof, 
Main Tiles can be used for flashing by turning up the 
right hand side to the proper angle, or a plain piece of 
flashing can be used to suit the condition. 



Applying Tile Flashing No. 1 58 

Tile Flashing No. 158 is used as a finish at the top of 
lean-to roofs, also where the bottom of dormer inter- 
sects main roof and on the lower face of chimneys. 
Fit the lower part around the main tiles and then turn 
the fiashing edge to the proper angle to make a water- 
tight finish. 



Applying Dormer Finial No. 163 (See Fig. 7) 

Dormer Finial No. 163 is used any place where a ridge 
intersects a roof slope. The apron of the Dormer 
Finial is to be cut to the angle of the gable, then turned 
and nailed as shown on figure No. 7. 



Applying Three and Four- Way Finials 

Three- Way Finials Nos. 157 and 157-B and Four- Way 
Finial No. 157- A are applied by cutting, when neces- 
sary, to fit the slope of the hips. The finials are sol- 
dered to the hips and ridges on the job. 



Applying Side Wall Flashins Tiles No. 164 

Side Wall Flashing Tiles No, 164 are made the same 
shape as Main Tile No. 150 with the exception that 
there is a plain flashing edge at the left. These Flash- 
ing Tiles are used where a side wall is adjacent to the 




RIDGE FINIAU NO. 154 



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su«_io;xi4;; 

14'x20' 



DIXIE 



Number per 141 
Square — 67 



Size— 10" X 14" ^c^J^l^riL^' 141 




si.es- io:x 14: 



VIRGINIA 



Number per 141 
Square — ^7 




Number per ^ . ^ 
Square— 141 



OHIO CLUSTER 

S«e-17H'x26' ''s°q"^re'-?-" 32 

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FOR ANY STYLE OF BUILDING WITH A ROOF 
OF QUARTER PITCH OR MORE 



WHEELING Metal Shing- 
les offer a medium 
for distinctive roof effects 
that are efficient as well as 
attractive. There are five 
different patterns from 
which to choose, affording a 
wide range for a selection 
suitable to the type of roof 
to be covered. 

There is a practical quality in Metal Shingles 
that makes their use a distinct advantage over 
other types of roofing. Not only are they mod- 
erate in cost but they are fire-proof, lightning- 
proof, when properly grounded, and the scien- 




tifically designed locking de- 
vice prevents curling or 
warping, allowing fully for 
contraction and expansion 
under changing temper- 
atures. Because a metal roof 
cools quickly after sundown 
Wheeling Metal Shingles 
have been for many years 
very popular in southern states. 

A particular point of economy is the fact that 
Metal Shingles are not very heavy per square 
and require only a light framing structure 
which effects a saving in building cost over 
heavier forms of roofing. 



AN ATTRACTIVE AND PRACTICAL ROOF 

Stamped from Terne Coated rust-resisting COP-R-LOY and Hand- 
Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc — the durable protection which guar- 
antees long service 



MADE OF COP-R-LOy 

FOR that definite assurance of permanence 
and ultimate economy the use of shingles 
that are first stamped from terne coated 
COP-R-LOY and afterwards individually 
Hand-Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc is recom- 
mended. All edges and surfaces are thor- 
oughly covered with a heavy protective 
coating. The slight extra cost is more than 
justified by the double protection against 
rust. 




FOUR OTHER GRADES 

These shingles can also be furnished in other 
materials as follows: 

Stamped from pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY 
Sheets 

Stamped from pure zinc coated Open Hearth 
Steel Sheets 

Stamped from Terne Coated COP-R-LOY 
and Painted Red or Green as ordered 

Stamped from 16-ounce Copper Sheets. 



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EASILY APPLIED 

WHEELING Metal Shingles are applied by 
the same rules that govern the laying 
of wood shingles or slate. Only a pair of snips 
and a hammer are required. No solder is nec- 
essary as the shingles lock tightly together 
and all nail heads are covered. See instruc- 
tions on page 75. 



MANY DISTINCT ADVANTAGES 

Metal shingles will not warp, crack, curl up 
or burn. They will not break and blow off, 
and afford secure protection against driving 
rains or snows. Metal shingles will not come 
loose from any cause as their construction 
allows fully for contraction and expansion, 
while still remaining weatherproof. They are 
ornamental, durable, and fire-safe. Particu- 
larly adapted for dormers, gables and mansards. 



Wheeling Metal Shingles are ideal 
for roofing residences 





Wheeling Metal Shingles are popular 
for gasoline station roofs 



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Instructions for Applying 



METAL shingles are applied by the same rules that 
govern the laying of wood shingles or slate: Cover 
building with sheathing boards laid with tight joints; 
good common boards will answer, but must be of even 
thickness. Sheathing boards should be laid either 
parallel with the ridge and eaves or diagonally. Never 
lay sheathing boards up and down. 
The use of sheathing paper is recommended; being a 
non-conductor, it adds much to the warmth of the 
house in winter, makes the house cool in hot weather, 
and adds but little to the cost of the roof. Never use 
tar paper under metal roofing; the acid in the tar 
injures the metal. 

Commence laying the shingles at the lower left hand 
corner, when facing the comb of roof. Let the first 
course project over the eaves about one inch or more, 
using a chalk line to keep the courses straight at the 
bottom. The bottom of the shingle is the guide to lay 
a straight course — not the top. 

At the end of the building let the shingles project 
about one inch over the barge-boards, turn sides down 
and nail. In laying the second and subsequent courses, 
every alternate course should start with a half shingle 
in order to break joints. Where cutting and fitting are 
necessary, the good judgment of the workman must 
be his guide. If there be a gutter formed near the eaves, 
have the shingles rest upon it, as you would if using 
wood shingles or slate. 

In flashing against a side wall bend the shingle so 
that it projects up the side of the wall three inch- 
es or more, and coun- 
ter-flash down to within 
one inch of the roof line. 
These directions apply 
to dormers, chimneys, 
skylights, etc., etc. 

The use of our special 
valley will insure perfect 
weatherproof joint, and 
greatly assist in laying 
the shingles. Lay the 
valley from eaves to 
comb of roof; nail only 
on the outer edge of the 
flange. 

In laying shingles toward 
the valley, to make con- 
nections, cut the shingles 

to the same angle as the Wheeling Metal Shingles are 

valley, allowing them to contaming 



project about one-half inch over the fold, and turn same 
under to form a hook, then with hand-tongs or other 
tool lock the shingle to the flange of the valley. The 
fold in the valley allows for contraction and expansion. 

In working from the valley, it is best to lock three or 
four shingles together; place them in position on the 
roof with bottom parallel with eaves; tack them at 
the top, then with a straight-edge mark and cut shingles 
to fit angle of the valley, allowing about one-half inch 
to bend under and lock on the flange of the valley; 
this is easily done with hand-tongs or other tool. 

Special ridge finish, if used, must be in place and nailed 
to the sheathing before the last course of shingles is 
laid at the top of the roof. Slide the tongue end of one 
piece of coping into the opposite end of the next piece 
to make a snug joint. Nail coping through the nailing 
flanges; do not nail through the folds. Insert the top 
of the last course of shingles into the folds of the ridge 
coping over the nailing flange, thus protecting the nail- 
heads from the weather, and making an absolutely 
weather-proof finish. 

Hip coverings are applied over the main roof shingles 
after they are all laid and nailed in place. The roof 
shingles are laid clear to the hip, allowed to project 
and cut off one inch beyond the hip line. This projec- 
tion is to be turned down over the hip and nailed. 

The shingles on the other side of the roof are allowed 
to project about one inch back over the hip line 
and over the side already finished, turned down 
and nailed. 

At the hip there is a 
double covering of shin- 
gles, both edges nailed. 
The hip covering is then 
laid in place and nailed, 
starting from the bottom 
upward, overlapping 
enough to make a tight 
joint. 

Any good carpenter or 
workman who under- 
stands the simple rules 
for applying wood shin- 
gles or slate will have no 
trouble in laying metal 
shingles. No solder is 
used. Only a pair of snips 
and a hammer, the most 

shipped in convenient cartons ordinary of tools, are re- 

one square quired. 




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SPECIAL FITTINGS FOR METAL SHINGLES 




All fittings for Wheeling Metal Shingles are as care- 
fully made as the shingles themselves and of the same 
materials— pure zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY 
or Painted Terne Coated COP-R-LOY, or zinc coated 
Open Hearth Steel. 

SPECIAL RIDGE FINISH 

STYLE A WITH ROLL TOP 



Girth. 
Length 



.19 in. 
. 10 ft. 



Applied before the last course of shingles is laid. No 
nail holes are exposed as the shingles fit snugly into 
the fold covering the nailing flange, affording a neat 
and weather-proof ridge finish. 



STYLE B WITH PLAIN TOP 

Girth 18 in. 

Length 10 ft. 

Used for the same purpose as Style A, excepting that 
it is finished plain instead of with roll. 



SPECIAL VALLEY 

Girth 14 in. or 20 in. 

Length 10 ft. 

The shingles lock in the fold near the center of the 
valley and water cannot wash up under them. 



EAVES DRIP OR GABLE END FINISH 




Made from Pure Zinc Coated Steel Sheets 

Girth 5 in. 

Length 10 ft. 

Wheeling Eaves Drip, sometimes called "Shingle 
Starter," "Gable End Finish," or "Rake Roll," can 
be used to good advantage under composition, wood, 
and metal shingles. It supports and protects the drip 
edge and, when used with metal shingles, it prevents 
breaking down the first row of shingles when a ladder 
is leaned against the roof edge. It also presents a 
neatly finished edge along the gable end of a roof. 



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Wheeling Conductor Pipe 




PLAIN ROUND OR ROUND CORRUGATED 



MADE of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, or 
10- and 40-pound Terne Coated COP-R-LOY 
or 16-ounce Copper. Lengths are straight, 
perfectly formed, true to size and gauge. For 



long hfe and economical service the use of Zinc 
Coated COP-R-LOY Conductor Pipe is rec- 
ommended. The method of crating Wheeling 
Conductor Pipe is exceptionally eflScient to in- 
sure delivery in good condition at destination. 



STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT— 10-FOOT LENGTHS 



Sizes 



3 in. 



4 in. 



Sin. 



6 in. 



28-gauge .... 


( Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY | 


.18 


.20 


.28 


.39 


.50 


26-gauge .... 


< or Steel, 10- or 40-pound V 


.23 


.24 


.34 


.46 


.58 


24-gauge .... 


) Terne Coated COP-R-LOY j 




.34 


.46 


.60 


.72 


16-ounce Copper. 




.30 


.36 


.51 


.69 


.90 



EXTRA HEAVY CONDUCTOR PIPE 



Made of COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc 
coated (Galvanized). 

The manufacture of Conductor Pipe from such heavy 
gauges as Nos. 22 and 20 requires unusual facilities. 



Wheeling is equipped fully for this, due to extensive 
sheet metal manufacture. Wheeling Extra Heavy 
Conductor Pipe is made in Plain Round and Round 
Corrugated, both in 8-foot lengths. Net prices 
quoted upon application. 



22-GAUGE PLAIN ROUND OR ROUND CORRUGATED 

Sizes 3 4 5 q 7 8 inches 

Round Corrugated not made larger than 7 inches 

20-GAUGE PLAIN ROUND ONLY 

Sizes 3 4 5 6 7 8 inches 



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PLAIN SQUARE OR SQUARE CORRUGATED 

MADE of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) long life and economical service the use of Zinc 

COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, or Coated COP-R-LOY Conductor Pipe is rec- 

10- and 40-pound Terne Coated COP-R-LOY, ommended. The method of crating Wheeling 

or 16-ounce Copper. Lengths are straight. Conductor Pipe is exceptionally eflacient to in- 

perfectly formed, true to size and gauge. For sure delivery in good condition at destination. 

STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT— 10-FOOT LENGTHS 

Sizes 2 in. 3 in. 4 in. 5 in. 

(Actual Measurement) 1^x2^^ 23^x3^ 23^x4^ 3^x5 

28-gauge Tzinc Coated COP-R-LOY 1 .23 .24 .31 .42 

26-gauge < or Steel, 10- or 40-pound > .29 .30 .38 .50 

24 -gauge ( Terne Coated COP-R-LOY j 4Q ^ 5Q ' q^ 

16-ounce Copper 31 .40 .53 .75 

Special sizes of plain square or plain rectangular pipe made to order. Net prices 
quoted on receipt of specifications. 

SPECIAL CONDUCTOR PIPE FIHINGS 

Net prices on these fittings will be quoted on request. 




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PLAIN ROUND OR ROUND CORRUGATED 



WHEELING Elbows and Shoes are made in 
one piece with locked seams. Ends are 
crimped to fit standard diameters of pipe and 
require neither clipping nor soldering to insure 
fit and holding of position. Wheeling Elbows 



and Shoes are first formed from Number 28 
or 26 gauge Terne Coated COP-R-LOY and 
are then Hand-Dipped in pure molten zinc. 
Also made fromlO-and 40-pound Terne Coated 
COP-R-LOY or 16-ounce Copper. 



STANDARD LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



COP-R-LOY and Open Hearth Steel, 

Pure Zinc Coated; COP-R-LOY 

10-pound Terne Coated 



COP-R-LOY 40-pound Terne 
Coated 



16-ounce Copper 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



2-inch . . 


. $ 3.60 


$ 4.80 


2-inch. . 


. $ 4.80 


$ 6.00 


2-inch. . 


. $ 9.00 


$10.20 


3-inch . . 


. 4.32 


5.76 


3-inch. . 


. 5.76 


7.20 


3-inch. . 


. 12.00 


13.20 


4-inch . . 


. 7.20 


9.00 


4-inch. . 


9.00 


10.80 


4-inch . . 


. 18.00 


19.80 


5-inch . . 


. 15.00 


18.00 


5-inch. . 


. 17.40 


19.80 


5-inch. . 


. 27.00 


30.00 


6-inch . . 


. 18.00 


21.60 


6-inch . . 


. 21.00 


24.00 


6-inch. . 


. 37.80 


42.00 



When ordering, specify gauge, whether plain or corrugated, size and number. 

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No. 1 
45° 

No. 1 


m^ , m 


1 No. 3 < 


■ 


1 III! 


No. 4 1 




1 




5HOE 
75° 


^ Am ^"^^^^ in 


1 75V) 




^^^K li V ^^^■•TSIS^^^^^^B 


m 


^i^M_i^a_ 


^^ 


m 


SQUARE CORRUGATED CONDUCTOR 


ELBOWS -STYLE 


.1 


i^H 


fc l||-s.'. 


^^^^^^H 


■ 


^^^H 


■■^^^H 


■1 


No. 4 




fllil SHOE 


SQUARE CORRUGATED CONDUCTOR 


ELBOWS -STYLE 


B| 


\ 


^ 



SQUARE CORRUGATED 

STYLE A OR B 
STANDARD LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



COP-R-LOY and Open Hearth Steel, 
Pure Zinc Coated; COP-R-LOY 
10-pound Terne Coated 



COP-R-LOY 40-pound Terne 
Coated 



16-ounce Copper 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



Sizes 



Elbows 
Doz. 



Shoes 
Doz. 



2-inch . . 


. $ 4.80 


$ 6.00 


2-inch. . 


. $ 7.20 


$ 9.00 


2-inch. . 


. $10.80 


$12.60 


3-inch . . 


. 6.00 


7.20 


3-inch. . 


. 8.40 


10.20 


3-inch. . 


. 14.40 


16.20 


4-inch . . 


7.80 


9.60 


4-inch. . 


. 10.80 


13.20 


4-inch. . 


. 21.60 


24.00 


5-inch . . 


. 12.00 


15.00 


5-inch . . 


. 16.20 


19.20 


5-inch. . 


. 33.00 


36.00 



When ordering, specify style, gauge, size and number 




FOUR-PIECE ADJUSTABLE ELBOWS FOR 
CONDUCTOR PIPE 

Made of COP-R-LOY and Open Hearth Steel, Pure 
Zinc Coated and COP-R-LOY 10-pound Terne Coated. 

STANDARD LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 



Sizes 


2 in. 3 in. 4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 7 in. 


Per dozen 


$2.40 $3.60 $4.80 $6.60 $8.40 $10.20 



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PLAIN ROUND 
CUT-OFF 




CORRUGATED 
CUT-OFF 



CENTENNIAL 
CUT-OFF 



'^^^rtff* 



WIRE STRAINER 




DREADNAUGHT 
HOOK 



PLAIN ROUND 
HINGED HOOK 



SQUARE 



HOOK 



ROUND CORRUGATED 
HINGED HOOK 



ROUND WIRED 



Sizes 


2 in. 


Sin. 


4 in. 


5 in. 


6 in. 


Pure Zinc Coated Plain 












or Round 


$ 7.00 


$ 8.00 


$11.00 


$20.00 


$24.00 


Terne Coated Round 












Corrugated 


7.50 


8.00 


11.00 


20.00 


24.00 


16-ounce Copper 


18 00 


24.00 


36.00 













WHEELING ONE-PIECE CUT-OFFS 

Wheeling Cut-offs are first made from IX Terne Coated COP-R-LOY and 
then Hand-Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc. Cut-offs can also be furnished 
made from COP-R-LOY 40-pound Terne Coated or 16-ounce Copper. 

STANDARD LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 

2 

$ I 

CENTENNIAL CUT-OFFS-Nct prices on request 
CONDUCTOR PIPE STRAINERS 

Standard List Prices For Round Pipe Per Doxen 

Sizes 

Sizes 
Dreadnaught— Direct Drive Wood $ 3.50 I 5.50 I 7.00 

Plain Sickle Hooks ^^'^^^ ■ ■ • 4.00 6.00 7.00 

1 Brick 4.50 7.00 9.00 

Plain Hinged HcK.ks fe' . ; i l ! ! ! i i ! ! ! ! ! ; ! ! ! ! ! ! : : ! ! ! i?:SS \l^ ll.^ 

Corrupted Hi„^ Hooks f^: .:.: y. y. i ■.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.:::::... : \\-^ \l^ l^:^ 

Wired Round Hooks Wood 7.00 9.00 

Wired Sauare Hooks /^^^^ ^-^ 8.00 10.00 

niredbquare Hooks |gj.j^j^ 7.00 10.00 12.00 





Sizes 


2 in. 


3 in. 


4 in. 


5 in. 


6 in. 


Zinc Coated . . 




$ 75 


$1.05 
2.90 


$1.85 
4.20 


$2.55 
7.20 


$3 00 


Copper 




1.80 


8.25 


CONDUCTOR HOOKS-Terne Coated 
STANDARD LIST PRICES PER 100 




Sizes 


2 in. 


Sin. 


4 in. 


5 in. 


6 in. 



$12.00 $ 

12.00 16.00 

13.00 18.00 

27!66 '/.'/.[ 

24.00 32.00 

25.00 34.00 

isioo '.'.V.'. 

16.00 



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MADE of pure zinc 
coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, also 10- and 
40-pound Terne Coated 
COP-R-LOY and 16-ounce 



Copper. Sizes of 26 gauge and lighter up to 6 
inches have 3^-inch bead. Larger sizes are 
made with ^-inch bead. All sizes heavier 
than 26 gauge have ^-inch bead. All sizes 
made in 10-foot lengths. Packed 250 feet in 
strong crates insuring protection in transit. 



ANGLE EDGE EAVES TROUGH 




A NGLE Edge Eaves Trough is a rigid single 
^^V bead trough of both lap and slip joint 
construction. The Angle Edge stiffens the 
trough to a degree that a 10-foot section can 



be held horizontally from one end without 
sagging or bending out of shape. The Angle 
Edge flattens out at end of joint for use of 
regular trimmings. 



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For long life and economical service the use of Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY 

Eaves Trough, which insures maximum resistance to 

atmospheric corrosion, is recommended 



STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT 



SINGLE BEAD, LAP JOINT 



Sizes 



S}/2 in. 4 in. 5 in. 



6 in. 



28-gauge 
26-gauge 
24-gauge 
16-ounce Copper 



{Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY 
or Steel, 10- or 40-pound 
Terne Coated COP-R-LOY 



DOUBLE BEAD, LAP JOINT 



Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY 
or Steel, 10- or 40-pound 
Terne Coated COP-R-LOY 



.23 

.28 



28-gauge 
26-gauge 
24-gauge 
16-ounce Copper 32 



.25 

.30 
.44 
.40 



.27 
.32 
.45 
.45 



.33 
.40 
.55 

.55 



SINGLE BEAD, SLIP JOINT 



28-gauge / x 

i Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY J 

26-gauge / or Steel 10- or 40-pound > 

o. I Terne Coated COP-R-LOY \ 

24-gauge v / 

16-ounce Copper 29 



DOUBLE BEAD, SLIP JOINT 



25 



28-gauge 
26-gauge 
24-gauge 
16-ounce Copper 35 



Zinc Coated COP-R-LOY ] 

or Steel. 10- or 40-pound > -30 

Terne Coated COP-R-LOY \ 



.27 
.32 
.46 
.43 



.29 
.34 

.47 
.48 



.35 

.42 
.57 

.58 



7 in. 8 in. 



.17 


$0.19 


$0.20 


$0.25 


$0.32 


$0.42 


.21 


.23 


.24 


.31 


.40 


.50 


. . . 


.33 


.34 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.26 


.32 


.36 


.44 







.39 
.50 
.60 



.41 
.52 
.62 



.50 
.60 
.70 



19 


.21 


.22 


.27 


.34 


.44 


23 


.25 


.26 


.33 


.42 


.52 




.35 


.36 


.42 


.52 


.62 


29 


.35 


.39 


.47 







.52 
.62 
.72 



EXTRA HEAVY EAVES TROUGH 



Having facilities for fabricating heavy ma- 
terials Eaves Trough in 22 and 20 gauges with 
^-inch bead may be supplied. These heavy 



gauges are particularly desirable in the larger 
sizes for factories and commercial buildings. 
Net prices will be quoted on request. 



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EAVES TROUGH MITRES 

Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel Terne Coated Sheets and Hand 
Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc after forming 

STANDARD LIST PRICES PER DOZEN 

Lap Joint Lap Joint Slip Joint Slip Joint 

Sizes Single Bead Double Bead Single Bead Double Bead 

33^-inch $ 7.50 $10.50 $10.50 $13.50 

4- inch. 8.00 11.00 11.00 14.00 

5- inch 9.25 12.25 12.25 15.25 

6- inch. 11.75 14.75 14.75 17.75 

7- inch 15.75 18.75 18.75 21.75 

16-ounce Copper 

33^-inch $10.80 $13.80 $13.80 $16.80 

4- inch 11.40 14.40 14.40 17.40 

5- inch 13.20 16.20 16.20 19.20 

6- inch 20.04 23.04 23.04 26.04 

7- inch 25.80 28.80 28.80 31.80 

When ordering mitres, specify either slip or lap joint, for inner or outer corner and if slip joint, 

whether right or left hand 

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END PIECES WITH OUTLETS "A" 

The outlet is double seamed to the trough and the trough stamped 
to the contour of the outlet. The newest aud best style. 

Standard List Prices per Dozen 



Siz 



Single Bead Double Bead 



3j^-inch, 

4- inch . 

5- inch . 

6- inch . 

7- inch. 



COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, Pure Zinc 
Coated also COP-R-LOY 
Terne Coated. 




$5.95 
6.25 
6.90 
8.00 
9.35 



Single Bead Double Bead 



3j^-inch. . 


i \ 


$16.20 


$19.20 


4- inch. . 


) 


17.40 


20.40 


5- inch. . 


\ 16-ounce Copper > 


19.20 


22.20 


6- inch . . 


( 


22.20 


25.20 


7- inch. . 


\ 1 


27.00 


30.00 



END PIECES WITH OUTLETS "D' 
Standard List Prices per Dozen 



sizes 



Single Bead Double Bead 



3/^-inch. 

4- inch . 

5- inch. 

6- inch. 

7- inch. 



COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, Pure Zinc 
Coated also COP-R-LOY 
Terne Coated. 




$4.15 
4.35 
4.90 
5.60 
6.45 



Sizes 



Single Bead Double Bead 



3M-mch. 


i \ 


$11.40 


$14.40 


4- inch . 




12.60 


15.60 


5- inch . 


\ 16-ounce Copper > 


13.20 


16.20 


6- inch. 


1 ( 


15.60 


18.60 


7- inch . 


V ; 


19.20 


22.20 



SLIP END CAPS "C" 

The end section is double seamed into the folded semi-circle, making 
a tight lock without soldering. The slip section fits the trough per- 
fectly and holds securely. 

Standard List Prices per Dozen 

Sizes 



33^-inch. 

4- inch. 

5- inch. 

6- inch. 

7- inch . 



Sizes 



2-inch. 
3-inch . 
4-inch . 
5-inch . 
6-inch. 



3j^-inch. 

4- inch. 

5- inch. 

6- inch. 

7- inch . 



COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, Pure Zinc 
Coated also COP-R-LOY 
Terne Coated. 




>. $4.80 
16-oz. 4.80 
6.00 



40 / Copper ( 6!60 

90 ^ ^ 7.80 



DROP OUTLETS "B" 
Standard List Prices per Dozen 



COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, Pure Zinc 
Coated also COP-R-LOY 
Terne Coated. 



$1.20 



16-oz. 



\ $3.60 

z, 4.80 

. V 6.00 

2.35 I Copper i 7 20 



1.45 

> 1.80 < 



2.90 



8.40 



SLIP JOINT CONNECTIONS "E" 
Standard List Prices per Dozen 

Sizes 



COP-R-LOY or Open 
Hearth Steel, Pure Zinc 
Coated also COP-R-LOY 
Terne Coated. 



$1.15 / 
1.25 \ 
1.35 



X $4.80 
16-oz. 4.80 
6.00 



1.70 ) Copper ( 6!60 
1.90 ^ ? 7.80 



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Wheeling Eaves Trough Hangers 







WIRE HANGERS 

Made of best grade Wheeling Zinc Coated Wire. Carefully inspected before packing. 
Two wires in stem, three in cross bar, and one in body 

STANDARD LIST PRICES PER GROSS 

Sizes Single Bead Double Bead 

33^-inch $2.75 13.00 

4- inch 2.75 3.00 

5- inch 3.00 3.25 

6- inch 3.50 3.75 

7- inch 4.00 4.25 

8- inch 4.50 4.75 

All 9-inch shanks, add 25c per gross to list. Extra long Shipments ordinarily made up of 7- and 9-inch shanks. 

11-inch shanks, add 50c per gross to list. Will pack all 9-inch or all 11-inch shanks if so ordered. 

GUHER SPIKES 

Gutter Spikes are Zinc Coated; Oval Head, and Chisel Point. 

Stock size S x }i inch. Can furnish other sizes in keg lots 

on special order. See page 173 



GUHER SPIKE FERRULES 

Made from Zinc Coated Sheets and supplied to fit the 
top width of various sizes of roof gutter as ordered 



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DOUBLE BEAD 
STRAP HANGER 



ROD AND NUT 
SINGLE 



HANGER 
BEAD 



ROD AND NUT 
DOUBLE 



HANGER 
BEAD 



SINGLE BEAD 
STRAP HANGER 



DOUBLE BEAD CROSS BAR 



ROD AND NUTS 



0««s- 



SINGLE BEAD CROSS BAR 



STEEL HANGERS 



Straps and Cross Bars are Zinc Coated; Rod and Nuts are Black Steel 



STANDARD LIST PRICES PER GROSS 



Sizes 3H in. 

Hangers with Straps riveted on Cross Bars — Single Bead $7 . 90 

Hangers with Straps riveted on Cross Bars — Double Bead 8 , 50 

Hangers with Rods and Nuts, complete — Single Bead 9 . 60 

Hangers with Rods and Nuts, complete — Double Bead 10.20 

Cross Bars only — Single Bead 6.10 

Cross Bars only — Double Bead 6.70 

These prices apply on assorted lengths (7-, 9- and 11 -inch) straps and rods. 



4 in. 



5 in. 



6 in. 



7 in. 



Sin. 



$ 8.50 


$ 9.10 


$10.20 


$12.40 


$16.90 


9.10 


9.70 


10.80 


13.00 


17.50 


10.10 


10.70 


11.80 


14.10 


18.60 


10.70 


11.30 


12.40 


14.70 


19.20 


6.80 


7.30 


8.30 


10.70 


14.10 


7.40 


7.90 


8.90 


11.30 


14.70 



RODS AND NUTS 

List prices of assorted rods and nuts only $4.50 per 
gross. If rods are ordered all 11 inches long the list 
price per gross is $1.50 above assorted list, and this 
"extra" also applies to complete hanger. 



LONG STRAPS 

If strap hangers are ordered with straps all 11 inches 
long the list price per gross is 75c higher than for 
hangers with straps of assorted lengths. 



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Wheeling Shanks and Circles 




PLAIN BLACK OR TINNED 

No. 1 is clamped direct to the metal roof, 
needing only one bolt through the iron. A 
valuable article for awnings and corrugated 
roofs. 



No. 2 is nailed to the side of rafter in any de- 
sired angle. The hinge allows great varia- 
tion in the pitch. 



No. 5 will span over various shaped mould- 
ings, and is easily bent larger or smaller 
before nailing to eave. For large projection 
of the shingle use No. 1 stems with this 
plate. 



No. 6 is made especially to nail against O.G. 
Mouldings. The two stays are made to fit 
in the cove and can be bent to suit variation. 



No. 7 is made to drive from 3 to 4 inches 
square into the cornice. The lower prong 
forms a brace for the upper, and makes it 
very strong and firm. 



No. 8 is made to drive from 3 to 6 inches 
square into the cornice. This iron is intended 
for eaves where the shingles project far over 
the cornice. 



No. 9 is to drive with the pitch of the roof. 
Same length as No. 7. Suited for narrow 
moulded cornice. 



No. 10 is made to nail against square box 
cornices. 



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PLAIN BLACK OR TINNED 

No. 11 is for use where the rafter is exposed. 
The shank is nailed to the side of the rafter. 



No. 12 is made for 3^ pitch to fasten under the 
shingles or slate. The holes on top of the 
shank are made beveling so that the nail 
can be driven at any point to enter the 
shank. No. 15 is made for flat roofs; No. 25 
for steep roofs, Y2 pitch. 



No. 13 drives with the pitch of the roof. Same 
length as No. 8. 



No. 16 is fastened under the shingles; the 
hinge and circle both adjust to every }/% inch. 



No. 17 is fastened under the shingles. The 
hinge and circle both adjust to every }/^ inch. 



No. 19 is used either on top or under the 
shingles and is suited for short projections 
of the shingles over the mouldings. 



No. 20 is hinged for any pitch; can be nailed 
or screwed to various shaped mouldings at 
any angle desired. 



EXTENSION SHANK 

This shank is 6 inches long and allows for 5 
inches extension. 




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LIST PRICES PER 100 



No. 1 

No. 2 

No. 5 

No. 6 Assorted Lengths 
No. 6 All Long .... 
No. 7 Assorted Lengths 
No. 7 All Long .... 
No. 8 Assorted Lengths 
No. 9 Assorted Lengths 
No. 10 Assorted Lengths 
No. 10 All Long .... 
No. 11 Assorted Lengths 
No. 11 All Long .... 
No. 12 Assorted Lengths 
No. 12 All Long .... 

No. 13 

No. 15 Assorted Lengths 
No. 15 All Long .... 

No. 16 

No. 17 

No. 19 

No. 20 

No. 25 Assorted Lengths 
No. 25 All Long .... 
Extension Shanks . . . 



Complete 
Plain Black 


Complete 
Tinned 


Plate only Stem only Plate only Stem only 
Black Black Tinned Tinned 


$15.00 


$18.00 


$9. 


00 $( 


).00 S10.80 $7.20 


12.00 


14.40 


6. 


00 ( 


).00 7.20 7. 


20 


12.00 


14.40 


5. 


00 ■; 


r.OO 6.00 8. 


40 i 


9.00 


10.80 












10.00 


12.00 












7.00 


8.40 












10.00 


12.00 












10.00 


12.00 












7.00 


8.40 












7.00 


8.40 












8.00 


9.60 












8.00 


9.60 












9.00 


10.80 












8.50 


10.20 












9.50 


11.40 












10.00 


12.00 












8.50 


10.20 












9.50 


11.40 












15.00 


18.00 


8 


00 7.00 9.60 8. 


40 


15.00 


18.00 


9 


00 6.00 10.80 7. 


20 


18.00 


21.60 


9 


00 9.00 10.80 10. 


80 


10.00 


12.00 


4 


00 6.00 4.80 7. 


20 


8.50 


10.20 













9.50 


11.40 


. 










6.00 


7.20 













CIRCLES PER 100 

With Bolts and Straps 



Sizes 



GEM CIRCLES S. B. 



Black 



Tinned 



Sizes 



PENN CIRCLES D. B. 

Black 



Tinned 



33^-inch % 6.50 % 7.80 

4- inch 6.50 7.80 

5- inch 7.50 9.00 

6- inch 10.00 12,00 

7- inch 15.00 18.00 

8- inch 18.00 21.60 



31^-inch % 7.50 % 9.00 

4- inch 7.50 9.00 

5- inch 8.50 10.20 

6- inch 11.00 13.20 

7- inch 15.00 18.00 

8- inch 18.00 21.60 



Orders for shanks are filled with assorted lengths, and 
all orders, the lengths of which are specified other than 
the regular assortment usually furnished, will command 
an extra. 
See list for all long shanks. 



Some numbers (not listed all long) are not made to 
furnish in long lengths, and when circumstances re- 
quire them longer than those regularly furnished, 
lengthen them by using extension shanks. See illus- 
tration and list prices. 



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Wheeling Formed Valleys 




MADE of pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, also 
10- and 40-pound Terne Coated COP-R-LOY 
or 16-ounce Copper. For long life and eco- 
nomical service the use of Zinc Coated 
COP-R-LOY which insures maximum resist- 
ance to corrosion is recommended. 



Wheeling Formed Valleys are more econom- 
ical than valleys that are formed on the job. 
Their construction is always uniform and de- 
pendable and their application very simple. 

Furnished in 28, 26 and 24 gauges; in girths 
from 10 to 20 inches, and in 10-foot lengths. 



STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT 



Girths 10 in. 

28-gauge. 20 

26-gauge 24 

24-gauge 34 



2 m. 


14 in. 


15 in. 


18 in. 


20 in 


.25 


.32 


.35 


.42 


.48 


.31 


.40 


.43 


.50 


.58 


.40 


.50 


.53 


.60 


.68 



Net prices of Copper Formed Valleys furnished on application 

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END CAP 



Wheeling Ogee, Box and Roof Gutters 



OUTSIDE MITRE 






OUTSIDE MITRE 



WIDTH BOTTOM 






1 








-— Msa*.^ 1 


■ 


% 




1^ • 


m 


W' 


^ 








INSIDE MITRE | 


GUTTER 






15" 


18" 


20" 


22" 


5;^' 


6;i" 


7" 


8" 


^yz- 


4" 


2k' 


^'A" 


^x 


s;^" 


&/i" 


1" 


X' 


X' 


X" 


H 











END CAP 



STYLE J GUTTER 



INSIDE MITRE 




END CAP 




END CAP 




OUTSIDE MITRE 



WIDTH BOTTOM 



ROUND 
OUTLET 



STYLE L GUTTER 



WIDTH BOTTOM 



HEIGHT FRONT 



HEIGHT BACK 



STYLE M GUTTER 



WIDTH BOTTOM 



HEIGHT FRON 



HEIGHT BACK 



INSIDE MITRE 



^I^^^^H 



INSIDE MITRE 




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1 . 


1 ];, ,. 


. _5>S-ir 


H 











Ml 


TV 






STYLE 




H^- 


GIRTH 


1 I 15" 


GIRTH 


L: : '18" 


GIRTH 
GIRTH 


; ; '20' 


GIRTH 


1 V ' 


; ; 22 


GIRTH 


J t : 


'] 1 IZA- 


GIRTH 


[ ] 


1 ;. '-T 


2V — 



Q QC 



STYLE 



STYLE G 



12' GIRTH 



. 5" 


H 




t— ~ 4 ' — H 












11" GIRTH Y_ H""^"^ 

12' GIRTH X — ^ 






14 GIRTH \. * 
1 1 






'^~- 7" -—J 






STYLE M 



STYLE 

L 



STYLE 
A 



MADE of Zinc Coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY or 
Open Hearth Steel, 10- and 40-pound Terne 
Coated COP-R-LOY or 16-ounce Copper. For long life 
and economical service the use of zinc coated 
COP-R-LOY is recommended. 

\yheeling Ogee, Box and Roof Gutters are accurate to 
dimensions and styles; are of uniform high quality and 
always dependable. 
Furnished in 28-, 26- and 24-gauges, 10-foot lengths. 



Regular girths in styles G and J have back and front 
of the same height. Style L has back ^ inch higher 
than front. Style M in 14-inch girth has back 1 inch 
higher than front. Style M in 11- and 12-inch girths 
has back same height as front. 

Gutters in any special style and in heavier gauges also 
supplied. Submit drawings with detailed measurements 
for prices on special gutters. 
Crated 250 feet to the crate. 



STANDARD LIST PRICES 
STYLES A, B, G, J, L AND M GUTTERS— PER FOOT 



Girths 



10 in. 12 i 



14 in. 15 in. 16 in. 18 i 



20 in. 22 in. 24 in. 



28-gauge 20 .25 .32 .35 .38 .42 48 .60 .65 

26-gauge 24 .31 .40 .43 .46 .50 .58 .65 .70 

24-gauge 34 .40 .50 53 5^ qq gg 75 gQ 

Intermediate girths take list price of next larger girth. 



GUTTER MITRES— EACH-STYLES A, B, G, J, L AND M 



Girths 



10 in. 12 in. 14 in. 15 i 



28-gauge. 
26-gauge. 
24-gauge. 



16 in. 18 in. 20 in. 



22 i 



24 in. 



.80 

.96 

1.36 



1.00 
1.24 
1.60 



Intermediate girths take list price of next larger girth. 



1.28 
1.60 
2.00 



1.40 
1.72 
2.12 



1.52 

1.84 
2.24 



1.68 
2.00 
2.40 



1.92 
2.32 
2.72 



2.40 2.60 
2.60 2.80 
3.00 3 20 



GUTTER END CAPS 

All Styles and Girths Each 

28-gauge |0.50 

26-gauge 60 

24-gauge 70 



GUTTER OUTLETS 

Round or Square — All Sizes Each 

28-gauge |0.50 

26-gauge 60 

24-gauge 70 



Net prices on 16-ounce Copper Gutters will be quoted on request 



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Wheeling Ridge Roll 




PLAIN RIDGE ROLL AND ANGLE RIDGE CAP 

With Nailing Flange 



MADE from zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY 
or Open Hearth Steel; also from Terne Coated 
COP-R-LOY or 16-ounce Copper. For long life and 



economical service the use of zinc coated COP-R-LOY, 
which insures maximum resistance to atmospheric cor- 
rosion, is recommended. 



PLAIN RIDGE ROLL 
STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT 



Sizes of Roll 1^ in. 

Widths of Apron 2 in. 

Girths 7 in. 



13^ in. 2 in. V/2 in. Sin. 
2 in. 23^ in. 33^ in. 4 in. 
8 in. 10 in. 12 in. 14 in. 



29-gauge 15 

28-gauge , .16 

26-gauge 21 

24-gauge 

16-ounce Copper. 26 



.17 


.19 


.24 


.30 


.18 


.20 


.25 


.32 


.23 


.24 


.31 


.40 


.32 


.34 


.40 


.50 


.32 


.36 


.45 


.63 



ANGLE RIDGE CAP 
STANDARD LIST PRICES PER FOOT 



Widths of Apron 33^ in. 

Girths 7 in. 



4 in. 

8 in. 



5 in. 
10 in. 



6 in. 7 in. 
12 in. 14 in. 



29-gauge 15 .17 .19 .24 .30 

28-gauge 16 .18 .20 .25 .30 

26-gauge 21 .23 .24 .31 .40 

24-gauge 32 .34 .40 .50 

16-ounce Copper 26 .32 .36 .45 .63 



SPECIAL 3/16-INCH CRIMPED RIDGE ROLL 

2v^-inch Roll, 12-inck Girth 



Made from COP-R-LOY pure zinc coated (Galvanized). 
The special crimped sheet expands under the mallet, 
making it possible to tap down the edges to fit the con- 



tour of the various types of roofing without tearing the 
metal. For this reason this Ridge Roll is easily applied 
and makes a neatly finished job. 



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Wheeling Ridge Roll Finial: 




RIDGE ROLL FINIALS 

Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
Adapted to use with Ridge Roll on opposite page 



GLOBE FINIALS Nos. 31 and 32 

No. 31 for l>^-inch Roll, 8-inch Girth. 
No. 32 for 2-inch Roll, 10-inch Girth. 

No, 31 No, 82 

Diameter Globe 3 inches Z}/2 inches 

Length overall 7 inches 73^ inches 

Height overall 43^ inches 4^4 inches 

FINIAL No, 15 

Made for 13^-inch Roll, 8-inch Girth, and 2-inch Roll, 
10-inch Girth. 

Length overall 103^ inches 

Height overall 103^ inches 



BLOCK FINIAL No. 19 

Made for IJ^-inch Roll, 7-inch Girth. 

13^-inch Roll, 8-inch Girth. 

2-inch Roll, 10-inch Girth. 

Length overall 83^ inches 

Height overall 1% inches 



FINIALS Nos. 51 and 52 

No. 51 for 13^-inch Roll, 8-inch Girth. 
No. 52 for 2-inch Roll, 10-inch Girth. 

Length overall .10 inches 

Height overall 83^ inches 



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Wheeling Ornamental Roof Trimmings 




ADJUSTABLE RIDGE TILE 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, or 
COP-R-LOY Terne Coated, Painted. 

Girth 10 inches 

length 14 inches 

Lays to weather 12 inches 



RIDGE TILE HIP FINIAL No. 25 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, or 
COP-R-LOY Terne Coated, Painted. 

Girth 25 inches 

Height 12 inches 

Lays to weather . . . . 6H x 11 inches 



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RIDGE TILE GABLE FINIAL No. 26 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel, or 
COP-R-LOY Terne Coated, Painted. 

Girth 25 inches 

Height 12 inches 

Lays to weather . . . 63/^ x TJ^ inches 



ORNAMENTAL RIDGING 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 

Gauges 26 and lighter 

Girths 8 inches 

Length 10 feet 

Wired 250 feet to the bundle. 



ORNAMENTAL RIDGING FINIAL No. 10 
FOR GABLE 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 

Height. . 7H inches 

Length 5^ inches 

Width 8M inches 

Lays to weather 534 inches 

Projection 33^2 inches 



ORNAMENTAL RIDGING FINIAL No. 11 
FOR HIP 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 

Height ly^ inches 

Length 1034 inches 

Width. 8M inches 

Lays to weather 534 inches 

Projection 33^ inches 



CONTINUOUS HIP SHINGLES 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 

Gauges. 26 and lighter 

Girths 4, 5 and 6 inches 

Lengths 5 or 10 feet 

Wired 250 feet to the bundle. 



HIP SHINGLE STARTER 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 

Girths ........ 5 and 6 inches 

Length. . 9 inches 

Packed 100 per box. 



STAR HIP SHINGLES 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY or Open 

Hearth Steel, Painted COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 

and Painted COP-R-LOY Terne Coated 



Sizes 

Packed 500 per box. 



.4 X 7, 4 X 9, and 4 x 12 inches 



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MORE important than any other improve- 
ment in the steel ceiUng industry has 
been the perfection of re-pressed bead joints 
and die-cut nail holes. These features are 
largely responsible for the popularity of Wheel- 
ing Steel Ceilings as they permit easier and 
more perfect installations, and facilitate posi- 
tive, accurate, close fitting joints. 

The lapping beads are of sufficient size and 
exactness to permit perfect alignment and to 
prevent any but perfect fit of the plates into 
position. They eliminate difficulty of main- 
taining a true line with furring strips. Re- 
pressing the beads of each plate with hard 
tool steel dies insures this precision which ef- 



fects much saving in time with resultant econ- 
omy. Not only are the beads re-pressed but 
at each nailing point the metal is blanked out 
making it unnecessary to drive nails through 
metal. Precision here is also an advantage 
much appreciated by the erector because the 
nail holes of one plate overlap another and 
register perfectly, permitting rapid nailing to 
furring. 

On the following pages will be found a number 
of popular designs in Wheeling Steel Ceiling 
plates that are typical of the extensive line. 
Wheeling Steel Ceilings are suitable for every 
ceiling and sidewall requirement and may be 
erected over old ceilings. 



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No. 4769 Plate 24 In. Miiltipk- 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




24 In. Multiple 



No. 421 3 Plate 

24 X 48 in. S8.0U per lUO sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 









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No. 4790 

^4 In. Drop 
24 X 48 in. 
24 X 96 in. 
24 X 24 in. 



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24 In. Multiple 
$8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 





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24 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. S8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 

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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 481 3 Plate 24 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8,50 per 100 sq. ft. 




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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
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No. 421 1 Plate 24 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 421 2 Panel 24 In. Multiple 

J^ In. Deep 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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24 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. S8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in, 9.00 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4799 

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Flush Back Panel 



24 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. S8.00 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 




No. 4351 Panel 

1 In. Deep 

24 X 48 in. $8.50 
24 X 24 in. 9.00 



24 In. Multiple 




No. 4700 Flush Back Panel 

24 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. $8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 9.00 per 100 sq. ft. 



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24 X 48 in. $8.00 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 



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24 In. Multiple 



24 X 48 in- $8.00 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 




No. 4890 Panel 24 In. Multiple 
1^ In. Deep 

24 X 48 in. $9.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 9.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4872 Panel 24 In. Multiple 

l^/g In. Deep 

24 X 48 in. $ 9.50 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 10.00 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4228 Panel 24 In. Multiple 



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No. 4442 Plate 12 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



No, 4581 Plate 12 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. S8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8,00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4602 Plate 12 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq, ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 41 73 Panel 12 In. Multiple 

J^ In. Deep 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4641 Panel 24 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 12 in. 9.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4268 Plate 12 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft, 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 











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12 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 41 84 Plate In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4008 Plate 8 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 





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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




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24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4395 Flush Back Panel 

6 In. Multiple 
24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 41 1 5 Plate 6 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4119 Plate 6 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4161 Plate 6 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8,00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4142 Plate 6 In. Multiple 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4670 Beaded Plate 

24 X 48 in. 24 x 96 in. 

$7.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4669 Beaded Plate 
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24 X 48 in. 24 x 96 in. 

$7,50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4560 Plate 3 In. Multiple 

Suitable for use in homes 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4676 Beaded Plate 

24 X 48 in. 24 x 96 in. 

S7.50 per 100 sq. ft. 





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24 X 48 in. 
24 X 96 in. 
24 X 24 in. 



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.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 

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No. 4565 Plate 3 In. Multiple 

Suitable for use in homes 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 96 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 

24 X 24 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4682 Beaded Plate 

24 X 48 in. 24 x 96 in. 

$7.50 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4392 Beaded Panel 

12 In. Multiple 

24 x 48 in. 24 x 96 in. 

$7.75 per 100 sq. ft. 



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24 X 96 In. 
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No. 4388 Wainscot 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 36 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 48 in, 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 36 in, 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4420 Wall Plate 24 x 48 In. 

24 X 72 In. 
24 X 96 In. 

$8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 




No. 4635 Wainscot 

24 X 48 in. $8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
24 X 36 in. 8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 48 in. 8,50 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 36 in. 8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4569 Corner 

24 X 24 in. $8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
18 X 18 in. 9.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 12 in. 9.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4571 -A Molded Filler 

9, 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24 In. Wide 
Width of Mold 2}i In. 

$8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4570 Corner 

24 X 24 In. 

$8.50 per 100 sq, ft. 




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No. 4806 Filler 

6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24 In. Wide 
48 In. Long 
Also furnished 24 x 96 In.; 30 x 96 In. 
$8-00 per 100 sq. ft. 



No. 4263 Filler 

6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24 In, Wide 
48 In. Long 
Also furnished 24 x 96 In. 
$8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 









No. 4575 Corner 

24 X 24 in. $8.50 per 100 sq. ft. 
18 X 18 in. 9.00 per 100 sq. ft. 
12 X 12 in. 9.50 per 100 sq. ft. 



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9, 12, 15, 18, 21, and 24 In. Wide 

Width of Mold 4 In. 48 In. Long 

$8.00 per 100 sq. ft. 



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No. 4221 Cornice 9 In. Projection llj^ In. Deep 

17 Cents per Lineal Foot (with Wood Brackets) 



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No. 481 7 Cornice 6 In. Projection 8M In. Deep 

12 Cents per Lineal Foot (with Wood Brackets) 
11 Cents per Lineal Foot (without Wood Brackets) 



48 In. Long 





No. 481 8 Cornice 6 In. Projection 6 In. Deep 

11 Cents per Lineal Foot (with Wood Brackets) 
10 Cents per Lineal Foot (without Wood Brackets) 



48 In. Long 



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No. 4820 Cornice 4 In. Projection 4 In. Deep 48 In. Long 

73^ Cents per Lineal Foot (with W^ood Brackets) 
7 Cents per Lineal Foot (without Wood Brackets) 



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No. 41 90 Cornice 3 In. Projection 4 In. Deep 48 In. Long 

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No. 4838 Cornice 23^ In. Projection 2^ In. Deep 48 In. Long 

5 Cents per Lineal Foot (No Brackets or Mitres Furnished) 



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Wheeling Nested Stove Pipe 

FOR nearly two score years the name Wheeling has been synonymous 
with all that is best in stove pipe. Improvements that have come 
in later years have invariably been due to Wheeling experience and 
resources to the end that modern stove pipe is always associated with 
the name Wheeling. Leading in type, quahty of material, and finish, 
Wheeling has also pioneered in the packaging of stove pipe which has 

been a boon to the distributor 



SUPER-BLUE QUALITY 



This exclusive Wheeling product has a wonderfully 
rich, uniform color, an exceptionally smooth finish and 
great durability. Its distinctive appearance and last- 
ing qualities are the result of a Wheeling process that 
produces extraordinary results. 

Made from open hearth steel of the highest quality, 
the sheets are improved and refined by special heat 
treatment and by a rolling process conducted by work- 
men skilled in producing Super-Blue Sheets. 



The final roUing on special hardened steel rolls, grinds 
and polishes the metal to an unusually smooth and 
lasting finish. The physical structure of the base metal 
is thus made more dense and it takes on a uniformly 
rich blue tone. 

While it costs very little more than ordinary stove 
pipe, Wheeling Super-Blue will aid materially in the 
increase of stove pipe sales and profits. 



UNIFORM COLOR QUALITY 



This designation covers the standard quality of Wheel- 
ing Stove Pipe, a highly satisfactory product which 
has developed a demand over a long period of years 
making Wheeling Stove Pipe production one of the 
largest in America. 



Wheeling Uniform Blue Stove Pipe manufacture starts 
with a careful selection of open hearth steel stock 
specially prepared for stove pipe purposes and it pos- 
sesses a uniform and satisfactory color and finish, with 
which dealers have long been familiar. 



PACKED IN STEEL CASKS 



Everything is done to 
assure delivery of 
Wheeling Stove Pipe 
to your customers in 
the same good condi- 
tion in which it leaves 
the factories. 

The illustration shows 
the steel casks in 
which all Wheeling 
Stove Pipe is packed 
for shipment. These 
casks are made of stiff 
sheet steel with one 




steel end and one 
wood end. The con- 
tents are effectively 
protected against 
moisture and damage. 
Note manner in which 
pipe is nested to pre- 
vent mashing of the 
locks. You will find 
that Wheeling Stove 
Pipe is always at- 
tractive looking and 
always in the best 
condition for resale. 



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CRESCENT LOCK STOVE PIPE 



Reg. U. S. Patent Office 



THIS is a simple and practical locking device 
that makes a perfectly rigid joint. The 
two edges of the joint are brought together 
with the edge bearing the four crescent shaped 
tongues underneath. These tongues are then 
pushed through the slots in the outer edge 
and flattened against it, thus locking the seam 
securely at four points. 

A joint of Crescent Lock stove pipe can be 
cut in two and it still retains two tongues in 
each half joint. This stove pipe is made from 
Super-Blue sheets, described on page 107, in 



27- and 28-gauges only. Also made from Uni- 
form Blue or Zinc Coated sheets in all gauges 
from 26 to 30. Super -Blue and Uniform Blue 
are specially coated to prevent rust. 

Sizes 3, 4, 43^, 5, Sj/^, 6, and 7 inches. Regular 
joints are 24 inches long. 

This pipe is furnished in quarter, half, and 
tapered joints of any size. 

The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 
unless otherwise specified. 

All sizes packed 25 joints in steel cask. 



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STAR LOCK STOVE PIPE 



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HERE is another Wheeling Stove Pipe the 
lock of which is quickly and easily fas- 
tened without the use of tools. This style 
locking device is preferred by some because 
the locks are on the inside of the pipe. 

When the two edges of the joint are brought 
together, the two tongues, one on each end, 
are pushed through the slots in the outer edge, 
then bent back, thus locking the seam, on the 
inside, at both ends of the joint. 

Star Lock stove pipe is made from Super-Blue 
sheets, described on page 107, in 27- and 28- 



gauges only. It is also made from Uniform 
Blue or from Zinc Coated sheets in all gauges 
from 26 to 30. Super-Blue and Uniform Blue 
pipe are specially coated to prevent rust. 

Sizes 3, 4, 4i^, 5, 53^, 6, and 7 inches. Regular 
joints are 24 inches long. 

This pipe is furnished in half and tapered 
joints of any size. 

The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 
unless otherwise specified. 

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CINCHLOK STOVE PIPE 



Reg. U. S. Patent Office 



AVERY popular style of stove pipe that has 
met with enthusiastic approval not mere- 
ly for its ingenious locking device but for its 
uniformity of finish and attractiveness of ap- 
pearance. 

Locked with ideal simplicity it has no bulging 
seams and always stays locked. A real "cinch" 
lock in all that the name implies. Halving or 
quartering a single joint may be accomplished 
with ease without disturbing the permanent 
lock. The lock quickly snaps into place along 
the entire length of the joint and cannot come 
apart. No malleting required. 



The joints of Cinchlok pipe fit together uni- 
formly close and tight, an unusual feature in 
this type of lock. 

Cinchlok Stove Pipe is furnished only in Uni- 
form Blue, especially coated to prevent rust. 
The 4-inch size is made in 30-gauge only. 
5, 6, and 7-inch sizes in 26, 28, 29, and 30 gauges. 
Joints are 24 inches long. 

This pipe is furnished in quarter, half, and 
tapered joints of any size. 
The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 
unless otherwise specified. 
All sizes packed 25 joints in steel cask. 



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BULL DOG LOCK STOVE PIPE 



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WHEELING Bull Dog Stove Pipe has a 
straight lock seam which is easily fitted 
together to make a firm and rigid joint. 

Since there are no tongues or slots in the lock, 
it must be malleted down to make a tight 
joint. No rivets required. 

This style of Wheeling Stove Pipe is made 
from Super-Blue sheets, described on page 107, 
in 27- and 28-gauges only. Made from Uni- 
form Blue or Zinc Coated sheets, it may be 
obtained in all gauges from 26 to 30. Super- 



Blue and Uniform Blue are specially coated 

to prevent rust. 

Sizes 3, 4, 43^, 5, Sjx^, 6, and 7 inches. Regular 

joints are 24 inches long. Also furnished 

in 28-inch or 30-inch joints when specially 

ordered. 

This pipe is furnished in quarter, half, and 

tapered joints of any size. 

The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 

unless otherwise specified. 

All sizes packed 25 joints in steel cask. 



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TEXAS LOCK STOVE PIPE 



THIS Texas Lock stove pipe may be easily 
and firmly joined without the use of tools. 
It is put together by locking the seams, sliding 
the inside fold of the seam down until it comes 
below the notch on the crimped end, and then 
pushing it back through the notch. 

In 27- and 28-gauges only, Texas Lock stove 
pipe is made from the Super-Blue sheets 
described on page 107. It may be obtained in 
all gauges from 24 to 30, made from Uniform 
Blue sheets or from Zinc Coated sheets. The 



Super-Blue and the Uniform Blue are coated 
with a special preparation to prevent rusting. 

Sizes 3, 4, 43^^, 5, SJ^, 6, and 7 inches. Regular 
joints are 24 inches long. Also furnished in 
28-inch and 30-inch joints when so specified. 

This pipe is furnished in quarter, half, and 
tapered joints of any size. 

The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 
unless otherwise specified. 

All sizes packed 25 joints in steel cask. 



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WHEELING LOCK STOVE PIPE 



HERE is a lock that is both simple and ef- 
fective. The joint is connected by lock- 
ing the seams together, then spreading the 
top part so as to allow the crimped part on 
the under side of the seam to overlap the 
opposite edge. It springs into place easily and 
makes a perfectly round, firm joint that is 
true to size. 

Wheeling Lock Stove Pipe is made from Super- 
Blue sheets, as described on page 107, in 27- 
and 28-gauges only. Made from Uniform Blue 
sheets or from Zinc Coated sheets, this pipe 
may be obtained in all gauges from 26 to 30. 



Both the Super-Blue and the Uniform Blue 
are coated with a special preparation that 
prevents rust. 

Sizes 3, 4, 4>^, 5, 53^, 6, and 7 inches. Regular 
joints are 24 inches long. Also furnished 
in 28-inch and 30-inch joints on special order. 

This pipe is furnished in quarter, half, and 
tapered joints of any size. 

The small end of the tapered joint is crimped 
unless otherwise specified. 

All sizes packed 25 joints in steel cask. 



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WHEELING ONE-PIECE CORRUGATED 
STOVE PIPE ELBOWS 



WHEELING One-Piece Corrugated Stove Pipe El- 
bows have a lock seam in the throat, and are made 
from the Super - Blue steel sheets, described on page 
107, in 27-gauge only with 2J^-inch ends. 

They are made from Uniform Blue sheets in 26-, 28-, 
and 30-gauges with IJ^-inch or 23/2-i'^ch ends. Also 
made from zinc coated sheet steel in 29-gauge. 



Wheeling Elbows are accurate to size and properly 

crimped. 

Sizes 3, 4, 4>^, 5, 5J^, 6, and 7 inches. 

Shipped one dozen to a bundle securely wired, or 

packed in corrugated fiber board cartons at a small 

additional price. 

It is recommended that elbows be ordered packed in 
cartons. 





WHEELING ADJUSTABLE STOVE PIPE ELBOWS 



WHEELING Adjustable Stove Pipe Elbows are made 
from Uniform Blue sheet steel. The four pieces 
are securely joined together, and the rounded edges 
permit each section to turn freely. They are easily 
adjustable to any angle up to 90°. 

They are made in 26-, 28-, and 29-gauges and have 
2-inch ends. 



Shipped one dozen in a crate, with wood side slats. 

At a small increase in price, they will be shipped in 

cardboard cartons, one dozen elbows to the carton. 

Sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 inches. 

It is recommended that elbows be ordered packed in 
cartons. 



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METHOD OF PACKING 

FOR convenience in handling, shipping and storing Wheehng Stove 
Pipe Elbows are regularly packed in bundles of one dozen as shown 
in the illustration at left. Elbows are slipped together in circles of 
four and then securely wired. 

On special order, and at a slight advance in price, these stove pipe 
elbows will be shipped in corrugated fiber board cartons, each carton 
containing one dozen elbows. The cartons keep your stocks in the 
best condition for resale and it is recommended that elbows be so 
shipped. 




CORRUGATED FIBER BOARD CARTONS FOR 
STOVE PIPE ELBOWS 



THE illustration above shows the cartons in which these 
elbows are shipped on special order and at only a slight 
advance in price. 

Cartons also assure the receipt of elbows in first 
class, salable condition, and save you the trouble and 
annoyance of making freight claims for damaged goods. 

The freight rate classification is lower on elbows shipped 
in cartons than when wired in bundles. 



Many dealers have expressed a preference for shipment 
of stove pipe elbows in cartons because they give 
greater protection to these products and keep them in 
better appearance for resale. 

When ordering, please specify whether you want el- 
bows shipped wired in bundles, or in cartons. Cartons 
hold one dozen elbows. 



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Wheeling Stove Pipe Fittings 





ONE-PIECE STOVE PIPE REDUCERS 

THE above stove pipe reducer is made from Uniform 
Blue sheet steel. A side lock seam holds the re- 
ducer firmly in shape and it is specially treated to pre- 
vent rust. 

It decreases from a 7-inch oval to a 6-inch round and permits the 
connection of a range having a 7-inch collar to a flue opening of 6 
inches in diameter. 

It may also be used for reducing pipe in passing through high warm- 
ing ovens. 

These are shipped nested, one dozen reducers in a carton. 



TEE JOINTS FOR STOVE PIPE 

WHEELING Tee Joints are carefully constructed with 
the seams tightly locked and the joints securely 
riveted. 

A special preparation with which they are coated 
prevents rust. 

They are available in the four sizes listed below and made from 
either Uniform Blue or Zinc Coated sheet steel in all standard gauges. 
Shipped crated. 
Sizes 5, 5}^, 6, and 7 inches. 



ADJUSTABLE FLUE THIMBLES 





WHEELING Adjustable Flue Thimbles are made from 
either zinc coated or black sheet steel, and in the 
four sizes indicated below. 

Carefully formed with deep swedges running the full circumference, 
they are made with tongues that permit adjusting to size. 
Shipped nested in crates, six dozen flue thimbles to a crate. 
Sizes 3 to 4, 4 to 5, 5 to 6, and 6 to 7 inches. 



DAMPERS— HOT AIR AND SMOKE PIPE 





WHEELING Hot Air and Smoke Pipe Dampers are 
made from heavy gauge sheet steel, swedged to 
insure perfect stiffness and strength and their diam- 
eters accurately die-cut to fit pipe effectively when 
dampers are closed. 

Sheet Steel Dampers 

Sizes 3, 4, 4J^, 5, 53^. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 inches. 




Black enameled wood handles are regularly supplied on the sheet 
iron dampers, which are not reversible. The stem is made of mal- 
leable iron, pointed and easily driven through the pipe. 

Cast iron dampers also supplied and are of the reversible type with 
nickeled handles. 

Cast Iron Dampers — Reversible 

Sizes 3, 4, 43^, 5, 5^, 6. 7, and 8 inches. 



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WHEELING STOVE PIPE COLLARS 

THESE Wheeling Stove Pipe Collars are carefully de- They are made from bright tin plate, and are furnished 

signed to fit over the stove pipe easily but snugly plain bright tin or gold lacquered, 

and have wide flanges. Shipped in packages of one dozen collars. 

Standard — Plain 

Nos 4 4H 5 53^ 6 7 

Inches. . . .4x6M 4^x7% 5 x 8^ 53^x8^ 6x93^ 7 x 10}< 

Standard — Gold Lacquered 

Nos 24 243^ 25 253^ 26 27 

Inches. . . .4x6% 43^x7% 5 x 8^ 53^x8^ 6x93^ 7 x 10^ 

Extra Wide Flanse — Plain 

Nos. . . . .035 036 037 045 046 047 056 057 067 

Inches 3x8M 3 x 93^ 3x1034 4 x 8% 4x9}^ 4 x lOM 5x93^ 5x1034 6 x lOJ^ 

Extra Wide Flange — Gold Lacquered 

Nos 0235 0236 0237 0245 0246 0247 0256 0257 0267 

Inches. . . .3x8M 3 x 9}^ 3 x lOM 4 x 8% 4 x 9H 4x1034 5x9}^ 5 x 10}^ 6 x lOJi 



WHEELING FLUE STOPS 

WITH WIRE FASTENERS, LITHOGRAPHS — GOLD LACQUERED 



WHEELING Flue Stops, as illustrated above, are made 
from bright tin plate. The center has an at- 
tractive lithograph in colors, and the outside rim is 
gold lacquered. 



They are made with wide flanges and sturdy wire fas- 
teners. Shipped nested in a neat cardboard box, twelve 
flue stops in a box. Made in one size only; 83^ inches 
in diameter. 



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Wheeling Nested Furnace Pipe 





Zinc Coated Furnace Pipe 




Nested with Protected Edges 



Tin Furnace Pipe 



MADE of Open Hearth Steel, pure zinc coated (Gal- 
vanized), Coke Tin, or Black Steel. 

Wheeling Furnace Pipe has a straight lock seam and 
is easily fitted together, making a firm, rigid joint. 

The lock seam on Wheeling Furnace Pipe is our own special design 
and is non-collapsible. The pipe is easily fitted together, making a 
firm, rigid joint. The joints are full length and the heavy, deep 
crimps assure a tight connection. 



Wheeling Zinc Coated Furnace Pipe is packed as follows: 
3-inch to 10-inch inclusive wired 25 joints to the bundle. 
12-inch and larger wired 12 and 13 joints to the bundle. 
The lock edges are carefully protected by a heavy formed strip 
which prevents any mashing of the locks in handling and shipping. 
Strips are securely wired at top and bottom making a sturdy, re- 
inforced package that assures the delivery of the pipe in good con- 
dition. 
Black Furnace Pipe is packed in steel casks. 



LIST PRICES PER JOINT 







28-gauge 






26-gauge 






24-gauge 




22~gauge 


20-gauge 




24-gauge 






Zinc Coated 


Zinc Coated 


Zinc Coated 


Zinc Coated 


Zinc C'oated 




Black 




Sizes 


12" Jts. 


24" Jts. 


30" Jts. 


12" Jts. 


24" Jts. 


30" Jts. 


12" Jts. 


24" Jts. 


30" Jts. 


24" Joints 


24" Joints 


12" Jts. 


24" Jts. 


30" Jts. 


3" . 


$0.26 


$0.46 


$0.58 
























4" . 


.29 


.52 


.66 


























5" . 


.31 


.56 


.70 


























G'' . 


.37 


.66 


.83 


$0.40 


$0.72 


$0.90 


$0.50 


$0.90 


$1.13 


.... 






$0.40 


$0.72 


$0.90 


7" . 


.40 


.72 


.90 


.43 


.78 


.98 


.53 


.96 


1.20 


$1.20 


$1. 


80 


.43 


.78 


.98 


8" . 


.44 


.80 


1.00 


.47 


.86 


1.08 


.58 


1.04 


1.30 


1.30 


2. 


00 


.47 


.86 


1.08 


9" . 


.49 


.88 


1.10 


.52 


.94 


1.18 


.65 


1.18 


1.48 


1.50 


2. 


40 


.52 


.94 


1.18 


10" . 


.53 


.96 


1.20 


.58 


1.04 


1.30 


.71 


1.28 


1.60 


1.70 


2. 


80 


.58 


1.04 


1.30 


12" . 


.63 


1.14 


1.43 


.69 


1.24 


1.55 


.88 


1.60 


2.00 


2.10 


3. 


60 


.69 


1.24 


1.55 


14" . 


.72 


1.30 


1.63 


.77 


1.40 


1.75 


.99 


1.80 


2.25 


2.50 


4. 


00 


.77 


1.40 


1.75 


16" . 


.82 


1.48 


1.85 


.88 


1.60 


2.00 


1.10 


2.00 


2.50 


2.90 






.88 


1.60 


2.00 


18" . 


.97 


1.76 


2.20 


1.05 


1.90 


2.38 


1.27 


2.30 


2.88 


3.30 






1.05 


1.90 


2.38 


20" . 


1.13 


2.04 


2.55 


1.21 


2.20 


2.75 


1.54 


2.80 


3.50 


3.50 






1.21 


2.20 


2.75 


22" . 


1.38 


2.50 


3.13 


1.49 


2.70 


3.38 


1.76 


3.20 


4.00 








1.49 


2.70 


3.38 


24" . 


1.63 


2.96 


3.70 


1.76 


3.20 


4.00 


2.09 


3.80 


4.75 








1.76 


3.20 


4.00 


26" . 








2.04 


3.70 


4.63 


2.37 


4.30 


5.38 








2.04 


3.70 


4.63 


28" . 








2.31 


4.20 


5.25 


2.70 


4.90 


6.13 








2.31 


4.20 


5.25 


30" . 








2.59 


4.70 


5.88 


2.97 


5.40 


6.75 








2.59 


4.70 


5.88 



Prices on 28-inch joints furnished on application. 

Prices on 32-inch to 36-inch diameters quoted on application. 

Tapered joints can be furnished in all sUindard sizes and gauges. Prices upon application. 



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Lock Open 



Cross Section of Lock 



Shipping Weights Per 100 Joints 

All Weights are based on U. S. S. Gauges 



ll 




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Lock Closed 



Diameter 


28-gauge 
Zinc Coated 


24-inch Joints 

26-gauge 24-gauge 

Zinc Coated Zinc Coated 


24-gauge 
Black 


28-gauge 

Zinc Coated 


30-inch Joints 
26-gauge 24-gauge 

Zinc ('oated Zinc Coated 


24-gauge 
Black 


3" .... 


pounds 
134 


pounds 
156 
204 
249 
300 
348 
396 
443 
481 
585 
681 
776 
870 
964 
1057 
1152 
1246 
1342 
1436 
1556 
1633 
1737 


pounds 

318 

381 

442 

503 

563 

622 

742 

864 

984 

1104 

1224 

1342 

1461 

1581 

1703 

1823 

1975 

2072 

2204 


pounds 

275 

331 

384 

437 

489 

541 

646 

752 

856 

960 

1064 

1166 

1271 

1375 

1481 

1585 

1717 

1802 

1917 


pounds 
167 
220 
269 
323 
375 
426 
477 
528 
630 
733 
836 
937 
1040 
1138 
1241 
1342 
1446 
1547 
1676 
1760 
1871 


pounds 
195 
255 
311 
375 
435 
495 
553 
611 
731 
851 
970 
1087 
1205 
1321 
1440 
1557 
1677 
1795 
1945 
2041 
2171 


pounds 

397 

476 

552 

628 

703 

777 

927 

1080 

1230 

1380 

1530 

1677 

1826 

1976 

2128 

2278 

2469 

2590 

2755 


pounds 


4" .... 


176 




5" .... 


215 


343 


e*' .... 


259 


413 


7" .... 


300 


480 


8" .... 


341 


546 


9" .... 


382 


611 


10" 


423 


676 


12" .... 


504 


807 


14*' 


587 


940 


16" . . 


669 


1070 


18" .... 


750 


1200 


20" 


. . 832 


1330 


22" 


911 


1457 


24" .... 


993 


1588 


26" 


. . . 1074 


1718 


28" . . 


1157 


1851 


30" .... 


1238 


1981 


32" 


1341 


2146 


34" ... 


1408 


2252 


36" .... 


1497 


23% 










Diameter 


22-gauge 
Zinc Coated 


24-inch Joints 
20-gauge 22-gauge 
Zinc Coated Black 


20-gauge 
Black 


22-gauge 
Zinc Coated 


30-inch Joints 
20-gauge 22-gauge 
Zinc Coated Black 


20-gauge 
Black 


8" 


pounds 
. . 618 


pounds 
728 
814 
900 
1073 
1249 
1421 
1594 
1766 
1935 
2107 
2280 
2456 
2629 
2846 
2987 
3177 


pounds 

,549 

614 

679 

810 

943 

1072 

1203 

1333 

1460 

1591 

1721 

1854 

1984 

2148 

2255 

2398 


pounds 

659 

737 

816 

972 

1131 

1287 

1444 

1600 

1753 

1909 

2066 

2224 

2381 

2578 

2706 

2878 


pounds 
772 
864 
955 
1138 
1325 
1508 
1691 
1873 
2053 
2136 
2420 
2606 
2790 
3020 
3171 
3372 


pounds 
910 
1017 
1125 
1341 
1561 
1776 
1992 
2207 
2419 
2634 
2850 
3070 
3286 
3557 
3733 
3970 


pounds 
686 
761 
842 
1004 
1169 
1329 
1491 
1653 
1810 
1972 
2134 
2299 
2460 
2663 
2796 
2973 


pounds 
824 


9" 


691 


921 


10" .... 


764 


1020 


12" 


.... 911 


1215 


14" .... 


1060 


1414 


16" .... 


1207 


1608 


18" 


.... 1353 


1805 


20" .... 


1499 


2000 


22" .... 


1643 


2191 


24" 


. . 1789 


2386 


26" ... 


1936 


2582 


28" 


2085 


2780 


30" 


2232 


2976 


32" .... 


2416 


3222 


34" 


. . . 2537 


3382 


36" .... 


2698 


3597 









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Wheeling Adjustable Furnace Pipe Angles and Elbows 




30° Angle 

MADE from zinc coated (Galvanized) sheets, or black 
steel. Furnished in all standard diameters from 6 
to 36 inches inclusive (no fractional diameters), and in 
Nos. 28-, 26-, and 24-gauges. Prices on heavier gauges 
quoted on application. Angles are supplied in 30°, 45°, 






Angle 



Adjustable Elbows 



or 60° as specified. Elbows are adjustable to a maxi- 
mum of 90°. The four sections are securely joined to- 
gether and the rounded edges permit each section to 
turn freely. Wheeling Adjustable Furnace Pipe Angles 
and Elbows meet every requirement. 



Diameter 



3". 

5^ 
7^ 
9^ 

12". 

l4^ 

16". 



ANGLES— List Prices Per Angle 



Diameter 26-gauge Zinc Coated 
30*^ 45° 60^ 

^l $0.48 $0.52 $0.58 

L 52 .57 .68 

L 56 .62 .78 

iL 66 .72 .88 

iL 76 .87 1.03 

ii^ ' ' 96 1.07 1.33 

ih ' 1.10 1.20 1.65 

tL 1-35 1.50 2.00 

iL 1.65 1.85 2.50 

^, 1.80 2.35 2.90 

ff^ 2.00 2.60 3.20 

it, 2.30 3.00 3.70 

^. 2.60 3.40 4.20 

S^ 3.00 3.95 4.90 

^, 3.50 4.55 5.60 

if, 4.50 .... 6.70 

iL 5.00 .... 7.50 

^^^ 5.50 .... 8.30 



24-gauge Zinc Coated 
30° 45° 60° 



24-gauge Black 
30° 45° 60° 



$0.54 


$0.57 


$0.68 


$0.48 


.61 


.67 


.78 


.52 


.66 


.77 


.88 


.56 


.76 


.87 


1.03 


.66 


.91 


1.07 


1.33 


.76 


1.16 


1.37 


1.63 


.96 


1.35 


1.45 


2.00 


1.10 


1.60 


1.80 


2.50 


1.35 


2.00 


2.20 


3.25 


1.65 


2.50 


2.80 


4.00 


1.80 



$0 



52 
57 
62 

72 
87 
07 



$0.58 

.68 

.78 

.88 

1.03 

1.33 

1.65 

2.00 

2.50 

2.90 



ADJUSTABLE ELBOWS-Llst Prices Per Elb 



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28-gauge 26-gauge 24-gauge 24-gauge 
Zmc Coated Zinc Coated Zinc Coated Black 
90° Angle 90° Angle 90° Angle 90° Angle 



Diameter 



$0.40 

.45 

.50 

.60 

.70 

.80 

.90 

1.00 

1.45 

2.00 

2.25 



28-gauge 26-gauge 24-gauge 

Zinc Coated Zinc Coated Zinc Coated 

90° Angle 90° Angle 90° Angle 



24-gauge 

Black 
90° Angle 



$0.70 
.82 
.94 
1.06 
1.20 
1.60 
2.10 
2.70 



$0.90 
1.00 
1.10 
1.30 
1.50 
1.90 
2.50 
3.25 



$0.70 
.82 
.94 
1.06 
1.20 
1.60 
2.10 
2.70 



18". 
20". 
22". 
24". 
26". 
28". 
30". 
32". 
34". 
36". 



$3.30 


$4.00 $3.30 


3.80 


4.75 3.80 


4.40 






5.20 








6.00 








7.00 








8.00 








9.00 








10.00 








11.00 









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Diameter 



Shipping Weights per Dozen 

All Weights"are based on U. S. S. Gauges 



30© Angles 

28-ga. 26-ga. 24-ga. 24-ga. 
Zinc Zinc Zinc Black 
Coated Coated Coated 



450 Angles 

28-ga. 26-ga. 24-ga. 24-ga. 
Zinc Zinc Zinc Black 
Coated Coated Coated 



60© Angles 

28-ga. 26-ga. 24-ga. 24-ga. 
Zinc Zinc Zinc Black 
Coated Coated Coated 



5" 6.6 

6" 9 

7" 11 

8" 13 

9" 15 

lO'' 17 

12" 22 

14" 28 

16" 33 

18" 40 

20V . 48 

22'' 61 

24'' 69 

26'' 77 

28". 87 

30" 96 

32" 106 

34" 117 

36" 128 



7.7 


9.8 


8.5 


7.5 


8.75 


11.2 


9.7 


10 


11.8 


15 


13 


10 


13 


11 


9 


10 


13 


11 


13 


14 


19 


16 


13 


16 


14 


12 


14 


17 


15 


15 


18 


22 


19 


15 


19 


16 


14 


16 


20 


18 


18 


21 


27 


23 


17 


22 


19 


17 


19 


24 


21 


22 


25 


32 


28 


20 


25 


22 


20 


23 


30 


25 


25 


29 


37 


32 


24 


33 


28 


27 


31 


39 


34 


34 


40 


51 


44 


32 


41 


35 


32 


37 


47 


41 


41 


48 


61 


53 


39 


50 


43 


39 


45 


58 


50 


51 


59 


75 


65 


46 


59 


51 


47 


54 


69 


60 


61 


71 


91 


78 


55 


71 


61 


58 


67 


85 


73 


75 


87 


111 


96 


70 


90 


77 


67 


78 


99 


86 


99 


114 


147 


127 


80 


102 


88 


77 


90 


114 


99 


119 


138 


176 


153 


90 


114 


99 


98 


114 


145 


125 


135 


157 


200 


173 


101 


128 


111 


111 


128 


164 


142 


152 


177 


225 


195 


111 


143 


123 


124 


143 


183 


158 


171 


199 


253 


219 


123 


156 


135 


138 


160 


204 


176 


191 


221 


282 


244 


136 


174 


150 


152 


176 


225 


195 


213 


248 


316 


273 


148 


189 


164 


168 


194 


248 


214 


233 


270 


344 


298 



Diameter 



WHEELING ADJUSTABLE FURNACE PIPE ELBOWS 



Shipping Weights per Dozen 

All Weights are based on U. S. S. Gauges 



28-gauge 
Zinc Coated 



pounds 

5' 12 

6' 15 

7' 21 

8' 25 

9' 29 

10' 36 

12' 46 

14' 56 

16' 70 

18' 85 

20' 98 

22' 126 

24' 151 

26' 176 

28' 201 

30' 227 

32' 260 

34' 286 

36' 315 



2 6- gauge 

Zinc Coated 



24-gauge 
Zinc Coated 



24-gauge 
Black 



pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


13 


17 


15 


18 


21 


18 


22 


26 


23 


29 


31 


27 


34 


38 


34 


41 


44 


39 


53 


59 


52 


65 


67 


61 


81 


87 


82 


98 


117 


95 


114 


153 


126 


146 


189 


152 


175 


225 


186 


204 


261 


225 


233 


297 


257 


263 


336 


290 


301 


384 


332 


331 


422 


366 


366 


466 


404 



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Wheeling Furnace Pipe Tee Joints 




Furnished in 26- and 24-gauges, pure zinc coated (Galvanized) and 24-gauge Black 
List Prices per Joint 

Diameter ^"^J"^ Length of 26-gauge 24-gauge 24-gauge 
22^y ^^ Zinc Co ated Zinc Coated Bkck 

?. Vk. i„ «1 10 $1.45 $1.10 

g. }?, L 1 10 1.45 1.10 

o» }t, L 1 30 1.75 1.30 

lO' tfi» oi/» 1 50 2.20 1.50 

12" 18' 2V" ^^ 2.60 1.90 

-if-^ il- M 2.60 3.40 2.60 

Other sizes quoted on application. 

standard P;;^«=«<f >« »« ^rimp the stub end. Can crimp on either end of body when so desired. On sizes 
6-, 7- 8-, and 9-mch the stub end is IM mches ofif center. On 10-inch size the stub is 1 inch off center 
On 12-mch size the stub is centered. 6- and 7-inch are packed 6 to the carton. Larger s"^s are?rate.i 

6 to the crate 



WHEELING FURNACE PIPE TEE JOINTS 

Net and Gross Shipping Weights per 100 Joints 



Diameter 



26-gauge Zinc Coated 
NetWt. Gross Wt. 



\. 250 

1^ 514 



pounds 



300 
343 
409 
460 
518 
705 



24-gauge Zinc Coated 
Net Wt. Gross Wt. 



290 
320 
358 
428 
463 
652 



pounds 



383 
413 
501 
571 
623 
843 



24-gauge Black 
Net Wt, Gross Wt. 



pounds 

229 322 

277 370 

311 438 

350 493 

397 557 

568 759 



WHEELING NESTED TIN FURNACE PIPE 



List Prices Per 1 2" Joints 



Diameters 



IX 
IC 



8-, 9-, and 10-inch packed 25 joints in steel cask. 
12-inch packed 12 and 13 joints in steel cask. 
Joints are 24 inches long. 



9" 



10" 



.40 
.33 



.45 
.37 



.50 
.42 



12" 



.60 
.51 



TIN FURNACE PIPE ELBOWS AND ANGLES 

List Prices Each 



IX 

S^^^s . 2-piece 2-piece 3-piece 
30° Angle 45° Angle 60° Angle 

8' $0.40 $0.46 $0.56 

9' 45 .52 .63 

10' 50 .58 .73 

12' .65 .75 1.00 

Elbows and angles packed 1 dozen per bundle. 



4-piece 
90° Elbow 



$0.65 

.72 

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1 .25 



$0.30 
.35 
.40 
.55 



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2-piece 2-piece 3-piece 

30° Angle 45° Angle 60° Angle 



$0.35 
.40 
.45 
.60 



$0.45 
.50 
.58 
.80 



4-piece 
90° Elbow 



$0.55 

.60 

.70 

1.00 



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WHEELING-MADE 
FROM MINE TO MARKET 



WHEELING Fireproof 
Building Materials, 
including lath and other 
sheet steel building neces- 
sities, are used in every 
known type of building, 
yielding advantages that 
reflect in the thorough re- 
inforcement, protection 
against fire and in eco- 
nomical costs. Many are 
the savings in time, labor 
and materials that result 




ing prodvicts, production 
begins at the ore mines. 
Control of quality in no 
single instance gets away 
from the one organiza- 
tion pledged to main- 
tain the high standard 
that has been evident 
in the building field 
throughout forty years' 
experience. There are 
no better building ma- 
terials of their kind than 



from their use. As is the case with all Wheel- these which bear the WheeHng trade-mark. 



MADE OF 
COP-R-LOY 

FOR EXTRA SERVICE 
AND DURABILITY 



THE use of COP-R-LOY for the manufac- 
ture of Wheeling Fireproof Building Ma- 
terials makes possible the fullest expectancy 
for their life and service in any class of con- 
struction. The advantages of this better metal 
combined with scientific design and excellence 



of workmanship to be found in all Wheeling 
products are available at economical costs. 
Wheeling COP-R-LOY Fireproof Building Ma- 
terials are the most widely known and most 
thoroughly respected for their quality, de- 
pendability and usefulness, of any in America. 



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ARCH LATH 

A fire-safe and warp-proof plastering base 
of distinctive and scientific design 



Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 

sheets— 20 square yards. SuppHed either Painted Black, weight 4.5 pounds per 

square yard, or Pure Zinc Coated, weight 5.2 pounds per square yard. Made from 

COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



THE distinctive and scientific design of Arch 
Lath makes it a superior product. Offering 
many exclusive features it has become an out- 
standing choice of architects and builders who 
realize the advantages to be derived from its 
use. Invaluable in fire-safe construction, it is 
practically a solid sheet of 
metal serving as a plaster 
base for fire-resisting and 
warp-proof walls or ceilings 
upon which the finest 
of plastering textures may 
be achieved. The smooth, 
even surfaces of plastered 
walls and ceilings obtained 
by the use of Arch Lath are 




One of the arches cut from a sheet of Wheel- 
ing Arch Lath shown in perspective, reveals 
the keying advantages of this type of lath 



easier to paper or decorate. There are no 
highlights or shadows caused by sags or 
bulges. Wallpaper, particularly the 
more expensive kind, lies flatter and retains 
original smoothness indefinitely. Unsight- 
ly lath streaks are eliminated as Arch Lath 
has no capillary attraction. 
Arch Lath is not a plaster 
"skimper" but a plaster 
saver. Surfaces are rapidly 
finished with smooth, even 
coats. The design and ri- 
gidity of Arch Lath enable 
the plasterer to give the 
fullest yield of his prac- 
ticed art. 



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ARCH LATH 

For Greater Strength and Rigidity 

FEWER SUPPORTS . . , Because of the rigidity of Arch 
Lath, supports may be spaced farther apart. Sheets 
are 3 inches wider than the customary metal lath, 
thus requiring fewer sheets to erect, at lower erection 
cost. 

EASIER TO HANDLE . . . Sheets of Arch Lath are 
stiff enough to support their own weight, making 
them easier to handle. 

EASIER TO NAIL . . . Nail holes are semi-punched to 
speed up application. 

PLASTER GRIPS . . . The arches of Arch Lath are of 
sufficient height to firmly grip the plaster even where 
the lath passes over joists, studs and other supports. 

KEYS PERFECTLY . . . The arch construction gives 
8064 points of plaster grip in every sheet 27 x 96 
inches. Possibility of cracking is reduced to a min- 
imum. 

RIBS ADD STIFFNESS . . . The parallel ribs running 
the full length stiffen the entire sheet. Additional 
stiffness is supplied by the series of arches. 

ARCHES IN OR OUT . . . When specifications require 
full ^-inch grounds the arches should be turned out- 
ward. Turn arches in for economy of plaster. You 
can secure strong, durable walls and ceilings with less 
than ^-inch grounds when plastered on Arch Lath. 

SAVES PLASTER . . . The arches perform also as plas- 
ter savers, permitting only the correct amount of plas- 
ter to squeeze through to insure a solid anchor. 

SAVES TIME . . . Walls and ceilings on which Arch 
Lath has been applied are rapidly finished with even, 
smooth coats, the stiffness of the sheets enabling the 
plasterer to work as quickly as his ability permits. 
This rigidity prevents sagging under pressure of the 
trowel so that all walls and ceilings will be of equal 
thickness with a uniform shrinkage in drying out, 
eliminating one of the principal causes of checking 
and cracking. Arch Lath also saves the time and 
labor ordinarily required to remove and re-erect 
scaffolding before application of second coat of 
plaster. The plasterer doubles back with second coat 
almost immediately after applying the first coat. 

OTHER USES . . . Wheeling Arch Lath is used exten- 
sively as a base for Vitreous Tile in bathrooms and 
kitchens. It is also used as a centering and reinforce- 
ment for thin concrete slabs over steel bar joists and 
metal lumber joists. 




Wheeling Arch Lath was used as the plastering base 

in the Freeman Mortuary and Chapel at Kansas City, 

Mo. Harry Almon, architect 




Wheeling Arch Lath in this instance was used for both 
exterior and interior, as a stucco and plastering base 





Wheeling Arch Lath was used for the plastering base 

in the new residence of Mr. Malcolm McMenamy, 

St. Louis County, Mo., J. L. Bowhng, architect 



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WHEELING 
COP-R-LOY 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 



EXPANDED METAL LATH 

HAND-DIPPED IN PURE MOLTEN ZINC 
Galvanized after Fabricating 



Architects, builders, and dealers will be 
^\ glad to learn that a method has been 
perfected to coat expanded metal lath with 
pure molten zinc after the lath has been fab- 
ricated. This new product will be particularly 
desirable for use along the seashore and in 
other sections of the country where the at- 
mospheric conditions are exceptionally severe 
on ferrous metals. 

Now Wheeling Diamond Mesh Lath Hand- 
Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc [Galvanized] can 
be specified with complete assurance that the 
metal lath behind the plaster is good for the 
life of the building. 

LATH IS CUT FROM COP-R-LOY SHEETS 

To insure the life of the base metal against 
corrosive elements, the lath is fabricated from 
sheets of COP-R-LOY — a rust-resisting metal 
known from coast to coast for its protective 
qualities. See page 13 for a complete descrip- 
tion of this long-lived metal. 

COATING PROCESS 

After the sheets are cut and expanded they 
are put through a bath of pure molten zinc, 
the temperature of which is scientifically regu- 
lated. As the sheets are guided through the 



bath they pass between a set of rolls which 
squeeze off the excess zinc and firmly press 
the right amount of coating into the open 
pores of the sheet, bringing about a perfect 
amalgamation of both base and coating metals. 

EACH EXPANDED STRAND IS 

PERFECTLY COATED 

By this process not only is the surface perfectly 
coated but each strand, and every part of 
each strand right up into the interstices of 
the meshes, is thoroughly coated with this 
impregnable armor of pure zinc, which not 
only protects the base metal but is an abso- 
lute guarantee against rust streaks in the 
plaster, 

DEVELOPED AFTER EXHAUSTIVE TESTS 

The process of coating lath after fabrication 
developed by this company is the result of 
many months of experiments and tests. Ex- 
perienced metallurgists cooperating with our 
production engineers have evolved this higher 
quality product and our complete facilities 
and modern manufacturing methods enable 
us to sell this pure zinc coated Lath at a 
lower price than has been hitherto possible. 



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WHEELING COP-R-LOy EXPANDED METAL LATH 

HAND-DIPPED IN PURE MOLTEN ZINC 

Galvanixed after Fabricating 

Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 
sheets — 20 square yards. Made only in one weight — 3.4 pounds per square yard 



OFFERING a positive resistance to corro- 
sion and other destructive elements, 
Wheeling Hand-Dipped Metal Lath made of 
COP-R-LOY fills a long felt need for such a 
product at a price that makes it commercially 
possible for all plastered walls and ceilings, 
even on jobs where low cost is a vital factor. 

This is a significant development in expanded 
metal lath manufacture that offers the ulti- 
mate service under all conditions, gives the 
greatest protection and eliminates the possi- 
bility of future losses that may occur from 
faulty plaster construction. 



Do not confuse this product with lath that is cut 
from galvanized sheets before fabrication. There 
are no abrasions and no exposed surfaces as 
all edges of the sheets and the edges of every 
strand are heavily and thoroughly coated with 
pure molten zinc. 

Make sure your specifications read as follows : 

Lath all plastered walls and ceilings shown on 
the plans with 

Wheeling COP-R-LOY Diamond Mesh Lath 
Hand-Dipped in Pure Molten Zinc (galvanized 
after fabricating). Weight 3.4 pounds per 
square yard. 



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DIAMOND MESH EXPANDED METAL LATH 

The diamond mesh is shaped to accommodate 
uniform application of plaster 

Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 
sheets — 20 square yards. Supplied either Painted Black, weights 2.2 pounds, 2.5 
pounds, 3.0 pounds, and 3.4 pounds per square yard, or cut from Pure Zinc Coated 
sheets, weights 2.5 pounds and 3.4 pounds per square yard. Made from COP-R-LOY 

or Open Hearth Steel 

See pages 126 and 127 for this lath galvanized after fabricating 



WHEELING Diamond Mesh Expanded 
Metal Lath is so made that it insures a 
maximum keying of plaster with a minimum 
of waste. Lath which does not attain this 
result fails in its primary purpose. It is im- 
possible to plaster this diamond mesh lath 
without sufficient mortar going through to the 
reverse side to cover the metal on the back 
and make a perfect key. 

Rigidity of metal lath is of importance while 
the plaster is being applied. After extensive 
experiments, Wheeling Diamond Mesh Ex- 



panded Metal Lath has been perfected so as 
to insure these three great advantages: firmly 
clinched plaster, minimum of waste and suf- 
ficient rigidity for ease of application. 

Made in four different weights, Wheeling 
Diamond Mesh Lath is suitable for many 
varied requirements and offers rare adapta- 
bility for special plastering purposes, 

To identify the weight and quality of metal a 
seal is attached to each bundle guaranteeing it 
to be manufactured as specified. 



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BAR-X-LATH 

Trade Mark Registered U.S. Patent Office, Patents Pending 

A new and improved lath that is exceptionally strong and ri$id 

Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 

sheets — 20 square yards. Supplied Painted Black, weights 3.4 pounds and 4.0 

pounds per square yard. Made from COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



Bar-X-Lath is a new lath development that 
achieves noteworthy success for bar joist 
and steel lumber application as well as for 
wide spacing of supports. It combines the 
qualities of Diamond Mesh Lath with its pos- 
itive key for plaster, or concrete, with the 
added rigidity of twin welded bars that ac- 
tually reinforce. 

At regular intervals of lYi inches, two round 
rods are welded to a sheet of Wheeling Dia- 
mond Mesh Lath, one rod on each side. These 
rods run the full length of the sheet and form 
a series of ribs which stiffen the sheet and pro- 
vide a definite reinforcement for thin con- 



crete slabs when laid over light structural 
steel beams or bar joists. The diamond mesh 
between the rods acts as a centering and the 
concrete flows around the bars, completely 
embedding them. 

As will be observed in the illustration there 
are no ribs that require nesting, therefore no 
especial care is required in placing the sheets. 
Bars may be staggered at will. Either side is 
the right side; either side plastered means bar 
reinforced plaster. It is easy to erect; easily 
curved to any contour; its rigidity saves ma- 
terial. Excellent for walls, ceilings, roofs, arch- 
es, floors and makes the ideal partition wall. 



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BAR-X-LATH 



AN IDEAL LATH FOR SOLID 

WALLS AND PARTITIONS 

Qar-X-Lath may be used with perfect satisfaction 
^ with channels spaced 24 inches on centers, for 
soKd partitions. The bars are entirely embedded in 
plaster, eliminating streaks due to atmospheric cor- 
rosion. Ideal keying of plaster in conjunction with the 
positive reinforcement achieved by the bars of Bar- 
X-Lath brings about results that have not heretofore 
been fully realized. Never a danger of using wrong 
side of lath — Bar-X-Lath has two right sides. 

EASY TO HANDLE ... As the sheets are flat and are 
separate by the bars Bar-X-Lath is very convenient 
to handle. There is no sagging or buckling of the 
sheets during application. 

EASY TO APPLY ... As the bars may be staggered at 
will there is no particular care required in applying 
Bar-X-Lath. It is very simple and easy to erect 
without waste, easy to hne up and speeds up con- 
struction. 

EASILY BENT AROUND CORNERS ... For bending 
around or into square corners a sharp angle can be 
made by snipping the bars on one side of the lath 
at which point the lath may be bent to any degree. 

ADAPTABILITY ... The construction of Bar-X-Lath 
makes it an excellent material for many purposes. 
It is easily curved to any contour and offers a com- 
bined reinforcing and centering for concrete slabs. 
It is strong, light weight and self -furring. 




Installation of Bar-X-Lath for solid wall (from reverse side) on 

1-inch channels. Lower right: cutting Bar-X-Lath — Snip the ribs 

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BAR-RIB METAL LATH 

A popular lath for overhead ceiling work 

Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 
sheets — 20 square yards. Supplied Painted Black, weights 2.75 pounds, 3.0 pounds, 
and 3.4 pounds per square yard. Made from COP-R~LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



THIS is a new development in Diamond Mesh 
Metal Lath, offering the advantages of 
plaster-saving principles. As will be noted in 
the illustration, the specially designed ribs 
stiffen the sheet and permit perfect keying 
with a minimum of plaster. 

The outstanding feature of Wheeling Bar-Rib 
Metal Lath is the design of the rib itself which 
is narrower than in most rib laths and, there- 
fore, offers less resistance to a strong mechan- 
ical bond. The rib is so embedded with the 
natural flow of plaster that the lath becomes a 
more integral part of the plastered wall than 
is usual with laths of such type. The crimps 
in the rib serve to strengthen the metal and 
to insure increased rigidity of the sheet. 



Sheets are fully expanded between ribs from 
end to end and corner to corner, the special 
flat rib permitting quick alignment of sheets 
with a minimum of lapping. The only side 
lapping required is that of one rib over another 
while an end lap of 1 inch is usually satisfac- 
tory. This means the utmost economy in 
material. 

The results of extensive tests on this lath in- 
dicate greatest possible satisfaction from its 
use. Its low cost and plaster-saving features 
make reinforced plastering practical where ex- 
pense must be figured closely; make it prac- 
tical also without sacrifice of strength or rigid- 
ity, fireproofing or crackproofing. Hence the 
increasing popularity of this lath. 



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2 -MESH FLAT RIB METAL LATH 

Sheets are 24 x 96 inches, one and seven-ninths square yards per sheet. Packed in 

bundles of 9 sheets — 16 square yards. Supphed Painted Black, weights 2.75 

pounds, 3.0 pounds, 3.4 pounds, and 4.0 pounds per square yard. Also cut from 

Pure Zinc Coated Sheets, weight 3.6 pounds per square yard. Made from 

COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



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3 -MESH FLAT RIB METAL LATH 

Sheets are 24 x 96 inches, one and seven-ninths square yards per sheet. Packed in 

bundles of 9 sheets— 16 square yards. Supplied Painted Black, weights 2.75 

pounds, 3.0 pounds, 3.4 pounds, and 4.0 pounds per square yard. Also cut from 

Pure Zinc Coated Sheets, weight 3.6 pounds per square yard. Made from 

COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 

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3/8-INCH RIB METAL LATH 

A rib lath that permits wider spacing 
of studs and joists 



Sheets are 24 x 96 inches, one and seven-ninths square yards per sheet. Packed in 
bundles of 9 sheets — 16 square yards. Supplied Painted Black, weights 2.75 
pounds, 3.0 pounds, 3.4 pounds, and 4.0 pounds per square yard. Also cut from 
Pure Zinc Coated Sheets, weight 3.6 pounds per square yard. Made from 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



HERE is an exceptionally stiff lath which 
permits wider spacing of studs and joists. 
The heavy ^-inch ribs, spaced 4.8 inches 
center to center, with five stiffening members 
between ribs as reinforcing for the connecting 
strands, furnish great rigidity. Ideal for all pur- 
poses where a self -furring lath is required and 
savings both in channels and labor are effect- 



ed in suspended ceilings and like construction. 

Wheeling ^-inch Rib Lath is particularly 
suitable for both walls and ceilings, and is 
especially recommended for use in connection 
with metal lumber and bar joist construction. 
Its use speeds up the placing of the concrete 
in the floor slabs and eliminates the necessity 
of using separate furring rods. 



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CORRUGATED SELF-FURRING METAL LATH 

Economical (or exterior stucco 
No furring required 



Sheets are 27 x 96 inches, two square yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 10 

sheets — 20 square yards. Supplied either Painted Black or cut from Pure Zinc 

Coated Sheets, in the same weights as Diamond Mesh Lath. Made from 

COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel 



This is a popular self -furring metal lath for 
I exterior stucco where the lath is applied 
over wood sheathing. This lath eliminates the 
necessity of using furring strips. The corru- 
gations, spaced 2 inches apart running parallel 
with the length of the sheet, insure applica- 
tion of the correct thickness of stucco and 
thoroughly reinforce the stucco from all angles. 
The corrugations also permit the lath to ex- 
tend from the background sufficiently to pro- 
vide a perfect key. The mechanical bond be- 



tween the lath and mortar is of such character 
that the metal is completely embedded and 
therefore protected from corrosion, which is 
particularly desirable in stucco work. 
For over-coating frame houses, Wheeling Cor- 
rugated Self-Furring Metal Lath can be ap- 
plied directly over weatherboard siding and 
can be plastered the same as on new construc- 
tion. Such stuccoed walls, reinforced with 
this lath, are as fire-safe as any masonry 
veneered frame house. 



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STUCCO MESH 

Wheeling Stucco Mesh meets the requirements of the Portland 
Cement Association and the U. S. Department of Standards 

Sheets are 48 x 96 inches, three and five-ninths square yards. Packed in bundles 

of 10 sheets — 351 square yards. Supplied Painted Black, weights 1.8 pounds 

and 3.6 pounds per square yard. Made from Open Hearth Steel 



WHEELING Stucco Mcsh as a reinforcement 
provides ample strength to resist nat- 
ural expansion and contraction of stucco. 

This binder, a diamond mesh fabric, also has 
other features admirably fitting it for use 
where permanent stuccoed surfaces are es- 



sential. Along with temperature variation, 
stress is also caused by vibration, weight and 
shock, and unless reinforcement is adequately 
provided, cracks are inevitable. Wheeling 
Stucco Mesh supplies this much needed re- 
inforcement and protection. 



BURIAL VAULT MESH 



FOR use in the manufacture of burial vaults. 
It is expanded lath with somewhat larger 
than standard diamond mesh. Sheets are 
24 X 96 inches, one and seven-ninths square 



yards per sheet. Packed in bundles of 9 
sheets — 16 square yards. Furnished Painted 
Black or Unpainted, weight 3.4 pounds per 
square yard. Made from Open Hearth Steel. 



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CORNER LATH 

Wheeling Corner Lath is recommended for corner pro- 
tection, especially over wood lath and should be used 
to reinforce all inside plaster corners. Made from 
painted Diamond Mesh Lath. Corners are 2 x 2 x 96 
inches, 3 x 3 x 96 inches, and 4 x 4 x 96 inches. Packed 
in securely wired bundles of 25 pieces, 600 lineal feet 
per crate, shipping weights are 132 lbs. for 2" x 2", 143 
lbs. for 3" X 3", and 152 lbs. for 4" x 4" per 1000 feet. 

STRIP LATH 

Wheeling Diamond Mesh Lath cut into strips 3 x 96 
inches or 6 x 96 inches. Packed in bundles of 25 pieces 
each, 600 lineal feet to the crate. Shipping weights are 
60 lbs. for 3-inch, and 120 lbs. for 6-inch per 1000 feet. 



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CHANNELS 

Wheeling Cold Rolled Channels are designed for sus- 
pended ceiling construction, solid and hollow parti- 
tions and similar uses. Sizes are ^, 1, 1 J^, and 2 inches, 
made from 16-gauge steel either plain or painted, weigh- 
ing respectively 276 pounds, 332 pounds, 442 pounds, 
and 553 pounds per thousand lineal feet. Stock lengths 
are 16 and 20 feet. ^- and 1-inch channels are packed 
25 pieces to the bundle; 13^2- and 2-inch channels are 
packed 10 pieces to the bundle. 



PENCIL ROD FURRING 



SPECIAL LATHER'S TIE WIRE 

Double annealed galvanized Tie Wire 

specially suitable for tying metal lath 

is furnished in hanks, coils and in boxes. 

Straightened and cut to length. 

Hank. . . (doubled) 46 inches; 25 pounds 
Box. . . . (straight) 20 inches; 25 pounds 
Coil. . . . 100 pounds 



Hank 

STUCCO FURRING NAILS 

Special Zinc Coated Furring Nails 13^ 
inches long used in applying stucco mesh 
or metal lath when used for stucco work. 
Packed 1000 nails per box. 



METAL LATH STAPLES 

Bright, blued, or zinc coated. 
Made from No. 14 gauge wire. 
Sizes: 1-, IJ^-, 1M~) ^^^ 13^-inch. 
Packed in kegs. Net weight 100 pounds. 





3^- and i^-inch round rods. Stock lengths 16 feet. 



STUB NAILS 

Wheeling Stub Nails are given a 
special hardening so that they 
can be driven into concrete. 

3^-inch Flat Head packed in bags 
of 2000 nails, weight 6 pounds per 
bag; 1-inch Flat Head packed 
1000 nails per bag, weight 53^ 

pounds per bag. Each bag contains a wire holder to fa- 
cilitate driving nails. Also supplied in 100-pound kegs. 



HOOK HEAD METAL LATH NAILS 

This is a 13^-inch, No. 12 bright smooth 
nail with a long, thin, flat head especially 
suited for applying metal lath. Can also 
be furnished blued or zinc coated and in 
other lengths. Approximate count per 
pound, bright or blued, 278; zinc coated, 
213. Packed in kegs. Net weight 100 
pounds. 




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METAL CORNER PROTECTION 

DAMAGED corners may mar the appearance of an entire room and the failure to use a 
corner bead very often spoils an otherwise acceptable plaster job. Inasmuch as 
plaster corners, when unprotected, are easily chipped and cracked it is wise economy to 
use a corner bead of a type or size that will amply meet the requirements. 




FLAT APRON CORNER BEAD 

A strong, rigid corner bead accurately formed and 
made exclusively from pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY. 
Makes a straight and strong outside corner, preventing 
chipping and cracking. Made in 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, 10- and 
12-foot lengths, shipped 10 pieces to the bundle. 




SCALLOPED EDGE CORNER BEAD 

Designed to give full protection to plastered corners 
and to allow flexibility in the application. The flange 
or apron is deep, and good nailing surface is provided. 
It insures straight edges and completely bonded plaster. 
Made exclusively from pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY 
Sheets in 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, 10- and 12-foot lengths. Shipped 
10 pieces to the bundle. 




EXPANDED APRON CORNER BEAD 

With a rigid and straight bead to make perfect corners 
there is also a depth to the aprons to afford ground on 
which to work. Apron, of expanded type, permits full 
flexibility in the application over uneven surfaces. 
Plaster keys perfectly with this bead. 
Made in 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, 10- and 12-foot lengths, from 
pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY Sheets, shipped 10 
pieces to the bundle. Crated weight per 1000 lineal 
feet is 230 pounds. 




No. 1 




No. 2 

BULL NOSE CORNER BEAD 

Where it is advisable to supply broad reinforcing to a 
plaster corner the ^-inch radius of the curved Bull 
Nose Bead is most practical. Made exclusively of No. 
26-gauge pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY in two styles : 
No. 1 short wing; No. 2 wide wing; in 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-, 
10- and 12-foot lengths. 10 pieces to the bundle. 
Shipping weights No. 1—225 pounds. No. 2—300 
pounds per 1000 feet. 




T-RAIL BEAD 

Wheeling T-Rail Bead is adjustable to any depth 
grounds. Clips may be fastened at any point. One 
clip is furnished for each foot of T-Rail Bead. 

Made of 26-gauge pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY 6-, 

7-, 8-, 9-, 10- and 12-foot lengths. 



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STRAIGHT POINT BASE SCREED 

Wheeling Straight Point Base Screed, made exclusively 
of pure zinc coated COP-R-LOY, eliminates temporary 
wood construction and plaster patching as plastered 
wall and cement flooring can be uniformly joined 
without cracks. In dividing two plastic materials its 
advantages are obvious. Made in 10- and 12-foot lengths. 

HALF MITRES FOR BULL NOSE 
CORNER BEAD 




The half mitre simplifies making square comers when Bull Nose Bead 
is used as a casing around window and door openings. The half 
mitre is fitted into the vertical sections only and the slant cut fitted 
over the horizontal members making a tight corner. 
The beads for the top and bottom pieces are cut to length to fit 
tight into the openings, and the bead for the sides cut to length so 
when fitted with the half mitre will fit snugly over the top and 
bottom members. 





CURVED POINT BASE SCREED 

This type of screed can be used with any plastic form 
of base, including terrazo, cement or composition. 
Fully protects top of base against damage. It is 
made exclusively of No. 26 gauge pure zinc coated 
COP-R-LOY in 10-foot lengths. Shipping weight, 175 
pounds per 1000 lineal feet. 

FITTINGS FOR STRAIGHT AND CURVED 
POINT BASE SCREED 




No. 100 

Internal Corner for Straight Point 

Base Screed 




No. 101 
External Scjuare Corner for 
Straijjlit Point Base Screed 





No. 102 
External Round Corner for 
Straight Point Base Screed 



No. 103 

Internal Corner for Curved Point 

Base Screed 





No. 104 
External Square Corner for 
Curved Point Base Screed 



No. 105 
External Round Corner for 
Curved Point Base Screed 




Showing Application of Base Screed Fittings 



No. 106 

Right End Stop for Curved Point 

Base Screed 




No. 107 

Left End Stop for Curved Point 

Base Screed 



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PICTURE MOLD 

Metal picture mold offers advantages heretofore un- 
attainable from any other material. Wheeling Picture 
Mold sustains great weight yet exposes the least 
amount of metal, being practically invisible. Made 
exclusively of No. 26 gauge pure zinc coated 
COP-R-LOY in 10-foot lengths. Weighs 236 pounds 
per 1000 lineal feet. 




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Application ol 

Corner Bead 

Clips 



CORNER BEAD CLIPS 

Especially designed for use with Wheeling Flat Apron 
and Bull Nose Corner Beads when applied on brick, 
tile and concrete. Easily adjusted and holds bead 
firmly, giving good nailing surface. Snap on apron at 
any point. Made in two sizes: 3- and 4}^-inch from 
No. 26-gauge pure zinc coated or Black Steel Sheets 
and packed 1000 pieces to the box. 



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ZIG ZAG WALL TIES 

The Standard Zig Zag Wall Tie shown here is J^ inch 
wide and 7 inches long. Made of pure zinc coated steel. 
It is corrugated its entire length, assuring a firm grip 
and equal pull on the mortar in all directions. Each 
tie is punched with two holes making it suitable for 
either solid or veneered brick walls. Packed in cartons 
of 1000. Shipping weight 29 pounds. 



CRESCENT WALL TIES 

The Standard Crescent Wall Tie illustrated above is 
Y% inch wide and 7 inches long with curved corruga- 
tions, which securely grip the mortar. Made of pure 
zinc coated steel. Ties are punched with two holes 
making them suitable for either solid or veneered brick 
walls. Packed 1000 to the carton, weight 32 pounds. 



SPECIAL WALL TIES 

These Wall Ties are used for heavy construction, are 
inexpensive and are made in various sizes and weights 
to suit specifications. Furnished in either plain black or 
pure zinc coated steel. 




WALL PLUGS 

Wheeling Wall Plugs are all-metal and cannot shrink, 
deteriorate or decay. Their corrugations hold a vise- 
like grip on the nail. They are rapidly displacing the 
use of inefficient wood strips or dowels for attaching 
wood trim and furring to masonry walls. Quickly em- 
bedded in the mortar joint by the mason when laying 
the wall and save carpenter's time in nailing up the 
trim. Made of pure zinc coated steel. Sides closed to 
prevent entry of wet mortar. Length 23/^ inches; width 
2J^ inches. Packed 500 to a carton. Shipping weight 
48 pounds. 



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ELECTRIC WELDED WIRE FABRIC 



WHEELING Welded Wire Fabric provides 
an ideal reinforcement for concrete floors 
in building construction and also for roads, 
pavements, sidewalks, concrete pipe and many 
other places where a light reinforcement is 
required. It makes excellent reinforcement 
for fireproofing structural beams and columns. 
A wide variation of weights and area of steel 
can be secured by varying the size and spac- 
ing of the wires. This flexibility makes Wheel- 
ing Welded Wire Fabric a most popular type 
of reinforcing. 

The use of Welded Wire Fabric minimizes the 
cost of field labor. The convenient rolls or 
sheets can be quickly laid in place without 
tying and the electric weld at the bond as- 
sures that there will be no displacement when 
the material is installed. 

Rolls or Sheets : Wheeling Welded Wire Fabric 
can be furnished either in rolls or flat sheets 



in widths up to 120 inches. It is necessary 
that fabric having No. 3 gauge or heavier 
longitudinal wires be shipped in flat sheets. 
Dimensions of sheets limited only by shipping 
limits. 

Rolls may be had in any desired length not 
exceeding 150 feet for the heavy styles, 200 
feet for the medium, and 400 feet for light 
weight fabric. 

Plain or Zinc Coated: Wheeling Welded Wire 
Fabric can be furnished either plain or zinc 
coated. Plain fabric will always be shipped 
unless otherwise specified. Made of 
COP-R-LOY wire when specially ordered. 

Wheeling Welded Wire Fabric is made at the 
Portsmouth, Ohio, plant from rods and wire 
rolled and drawn in the same plant. Control- 
ling the entire process, uniform quality is 
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FOR BEAMS AND COLUMNS 

To PROTECT beams, columns, girders, and 
other loadbearing members, in conformity 
with fireproofing practice, WheeKng Welded 
Wire Fabric is available in the correct styles 
adaptable to necessary shapes for reinforce- 
ment of thin layers of concrete. 



F 




FLOOR SLABS 

OR sidewalks, pavements, floors and ramps 

Wheeling Welded Wire Fabric offers every 
advantage of a suitable reinforcing material. 
There are sufficient styles to effect distribu- 
tion of any desired load over wide areas and to 
economically meet the requirements of prac- 
tically any type of floor slab. 

TABLE OF SIZES MOST GENERALLY USED 

Sectional Area 

Spacing of Wire Gauge Numbers Square Inches 

Inches per Foot Width 

Styles Long. Trans. Long. Trans. Long. Trans. 

216—1/7 2 16 1 7 .377 .018 

216—2/8 2 16 2 8 .325 .015 

216—3/8 2 16 3 8 .280 .015 

216—4/9 2 16 4 9 .239 .013 

216—6/10 , . 2 16 5 10 .202 .011 

216—6/10 2 16 6 10 .174 .011 

316—2/8 3 16 2 8 .217 .015 

316—3/8 3 16 3 8 .187 .015 

316—4/9 3 16 4 9 .160 .013 

316—5/10 3 16 5 10 .135 .011 

316—6/10 3 16 6 10 .116 .011 

316—7/11 3 16 7 11 .098 .009 

416—3/8 4 16 3 8 .140 .015 

416-^/9 4 16 4 9 .120 .013 

416—5/10 4 16 5 10 .101 .011 

416—6/10 4 16 6 10 .087 .011 

416—7/11 4 16 7 11 .074 .008 

412—8/12 4 12 8 12 .062 .009 

412—9/12 4 12 9 12 .052 .009 

412—10/12 4 12 10 12 .043 .009 

412—11/12 4 12 11 12 .034 .009 

412—12/12 4 12 12 12 .026 .009 

612—0/6 . 6 12 6 .148 .029 

612—5/5 6 12 5 5 .067 .025 

612—6/6 6 12 6 6 .058 .058 

612—7/7 6 12 7 7 .049 .049 

66-6/6 6 6 6 6 .058 .058 

66—7/7 6 6 7 7 .049 .049 

66—8/8 6 6 8 8 .041 .041 

66—9/9 6 6 9 9 .035 .035 

66—10/10 6 6 10 10 .029 .029 

66—12/12 6 6 12 12 .017 .017 

For infonnation on sizes and weights of fabric not shown in this table, write nearest branch 



Weights 

per 
100 sq.ft. 



139 
119 
104 

89 
75 
65 
83 
72 
61 
52 
45 
38 
56 
48 
40 
35 
30 
26 
22 
19 
16 
13 
65 
37 
32 
27 
42 
36 
30 
25 
21 
13 



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Patents Pending 



THE NAILOCK SYSTEM 

FOR CEILINGS AND NON-BEARING PARTITIONS 

The NAILOCK SYSTEM is a method by which any material 
commonly used as a plaster base or any standard form of 
insulation can be nailed to steel studs and furring 



IT PROVIDES a quicker and surer 
means of attaching Metal Lath 
or Gypsum Lath to steel studs 
and furring in partition and ceil- 
ing construction. 

It permits the use of insulation 
on fireproof construction and 
provides a more economical 
method of furring for ornamen- 
tal plaster, false beams or pilas- 
ters, pipe chases and ducts. 

Studs assembled complete, ready 
for erection, in which the basic 
feature of the Nailock Strip 
is incorporated are furnished in 
the correct lengths for the height 
of the partitions for 2-, 4- and 6- 
inch walls. The field labor is 
therefore reduced to a minimum 
and the frame work is strong, rig- 
id and permanent 

Stud units are composed of two 
Nailock Strips spaced the nec- 
essary distance apart to make the 




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required thickness of partition. 
The spacers serve to brace the 
stud and the entire assembly is 
welded together so that the dan- 
ger of loose or broken ties is elim- 
inated. 

Studs have an adjustable feature 
which provides for an increase in 
length of 5 inches so that cut- 
ting and fitting on the job are re- 
duced to the minimum. 

The method of anchoring the 
stud at the floor and ceiling is 
simple and effective. The studs 
can be plumbed and lined up 
quickly. 

The special nails used for fasten- 
ing the lath provide a rivet grip 
that cannot be broken; the dan- 
ger of wire ties rusting and per- 
mitting the base to become loose 
is avoided — there is no possibil- 
ity of the nails in the Nailock 
System becoming loose and the 



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No special I'ranuug is required around door and window 
openings 



Wood grounds for chair rail and base board are nailed direct 
to Nailock stud 





Hollow partitions are more quickly and easily erected with 
Nailock studs 

fact that they are sealed in the strip prevents 
their corrosion. The flat heads of the nails 
make them easy to plaster over and save time 
and material as there are no obstructions to 
the movement of the trowel. 
All parts and accessories used in the ^Nailock 
System, including sanitary blued nails of spe- 
cial design are made of COP-R-LOY. Thus the 



Completely assembled Nailock corner i-lud.s arc aa. easy Lo 
erect as the wall studs 

development of this new and far-reaching sys- 
tem has been carried even to the point of 
assuring more than average life to the units 
themselves and to their performance in com- 
pleted partitions and ceilings. 
Complete details of the Nailock System 
with short form specifications are given in a 
special bulletin which will be sent on request. 



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BATTEN STRIPS 

Made from pure zinc coated (Galvanized) COP-R-LOY 

or Open Hearth Steel Sheets 

Lengths— 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 feet 

Packing — Put up in crates containing approximately 1000 feet 



WHEELING Batten Strips are an economi- 
cal weather proofing for barns, stables, 
garages and similar frame structures where 
the outside boarding or siding is applied 
vertically. This style of batten has displaced 
other kinds of strips as they do not warp or 
split. They are apphed in the usual position, 



the operation of nailing drives the edges of the 
strips into the wood providing perfect protec- 
tion against the weather. Expansion and con- 
traction are fully taken care of in the special 
design of the strip — see diagrams below— the 
channel metal accommodating itself to any 
degree of shrinkage. 




Showing joint closed when strip is applied 




Showing joint opened with strip expanded 



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Outside corner sbiekl 
for lap siding 



Inside corner shield 
for lap siding 




Application of outside corner shields on 
lap siding 



Application of inside corner shields on 
lap siding 



CORNER SHIELDS 



WHEELING Corner Shields, for both inside and out- 
side corners, afford a water-tight protection and 
finish for lap or drop siding. They extend along the 
weatherboarding about two inches eliminating the 
necessity of mitering the corners. Made to fit tightly, 
they are accurately shaped to fit over the ends of the 



siding and are pierced with nail holes for easy appli- 
cation. An effective weather-proof finish that strength- 
ens the corners and adds to the appearance of the 
building on which they are used. Stamped from pure 
zinc coated steel sheets and packed in convenient car- 
tons ready for immediate use. 



FOR WEATHERBOARD OR LAP SIDING 



Numbers 


Heights 


Bases 


Numbers 


Heights 


Bases 


35 O.S. 


334 in. 


>^in. 


85 O.S. 


834 in. 


Min. 


35 T.S. 


334 m. 


^in. 


85 I.S. 


83^ in. 


3^ in. 


45 O.S. 


434 in. 


3^ in. 


105 O.S. 


1034 in. 


Min. 


45 I.S. 


434 in. 


^in. 


105 I.S. 


1034 in. 


3iin. 


55 O.S. 


5}4 in. 


>^in. 


125 O.S. 


123^^ in. 


Hin. 


55 I.S. 


53^ in. 


34 in. 


125 I.S. 


1234 in. 


Min. 


65 O.S. 


634 in. 


3^ in. 








65 I.S. 


634 in. 


3^ in. 









Can furnish No. 85 with 3^-inch base when so ordered. 

All sizes packed 250 per carton and four cartons shipped in a slat crate. 



FOR DROP SIDING 

Number Height Base 

155 O.S. 534 inches 34 inch 

Packed same as corners for lap siding. 




Outside corner shield 
for drop siding 




Application of outside corner shields on 
drop siding 



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COAL DOORS 



WHEELING Coal Doors provide a safe and 
convenient means for delivery of coal. 
Made entirely and exclusively of COP-R-LOY 
painted black. They are strong, sturdy and 
constructed to operate under all conditions. 
Nothing to get out of order and strong enough 



to stand the abuse a coal door usually receives. 
Completely assembled ready for the mason to 
install in brick, block, stone, or concrete foun- 
dations. Made in two weights: 30 pounds 
each, and 40 pounds each. Wheeling Coal 
Doors are shipped singly, uncrated. 



SPECIFICATIONS 

Door opening 22 inches wide, 16 inches high; 
Overall dimensions of frame 27 inches wide, 2134 inches high; 
Depth of apron 9 inches; height 153^ inches, width 21^^ inches. 
Note: On special orders doors can be fitted with any depth of apron. 



ASHPIT AND CLEANOUT DOORS 




ASHPIT and Cleanout Doors are necessary conveniences for 
i every home. Made of COP-R-LOY, painted black. The 
larger sizes installed at the base of ash chutes provide easy access 
to remove ashes. Smaller sizes installed under smoke pipe make 
the removal of soot a matter of ease and cleanliness. 



Sizes: 6x8 inches 8x8 inches 

8 X 10 inches 10 x 12 inches 

Packed in cartons of six doors of a size. 



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MORTAR AND BRICK HODS 



V Y/heeling Mortar and Brick Hods are 
Vt made for long service. The broad bot- 
toms and rounded edges assure comfortable 
riding on the shoulder. Made exclusively of 



heavy gauge rust-resisting COP-R-LOY with 
folded reinforced edges and seams spot-welded 
to form one complete leak-proof unit. Strong 
clamp and bolt hold handles securely in place. 



MORTAR HODS 

Length 22 inches 

Top . 13 inches 

Depth 11 inches 

Painted red with natural color ash handles. 

Packed 3 to a bundle, knocked down. 



BRICK HODS 

Length 22)4, inches 

Depth 73^ inches 

Painted red with natural color ash handles. 
Packed 3 to a bundle, knocked down. 



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WHEELING COP-R-LOY 
Farm Fence is designed 
to meet the many requirements 
and conditions of fencing known 
to the farmer and stockman, 
rancher, truck gardener, poultry 
raiser and others. It is a "mine 
to market" product as are all 
products bearing the Wheeling 
trade-mark, supervised and con- 
trolled in its making from the 
mining of iron ore to the final 




stretching up test at the factory. 
The Wheeling wire mills and 
looms constitute the most mod- 
ern wire-making and wire-fab- 
ricating plant in America today. 
Resources, methods and mate- 
rials, with manufacture by the 
one organization, the one com- 
pany, account for the high stand- 
ard of quality and efficiency 
of all Wheeling COP-R-LOY 
Zinc Coated Farm Fence. 



ALL WHEELING FARM FENCE 

IS MADE OF 

COP-R-LOY 



No greater steps toward perfection of durability in 
farm fence could be taken than in the adoption of 
COP-R-LOY for all Wheeling Farm Fence. (See page 13 
for description of COP-R-LOY.) This metal imparts 
the same stubborn resistance to the elements that is 
possessed by hundreds of other products made of 
COP-R-LOY used out-of-doors. 

ZINC COATED 

The pure zinc coating of Wheeling COP-R-LOY Farm 
Fence is the result of long experience. Zinc coatings 
have been in use by this company, as a protection, 
first to iron products and then to those of steel through- 
out Wheeling's history. Wheeling is one of the oldest, 
if not the oldest, galvanizer in the country, and one of 
the largest consumers of pure zinc in the industry. 
Zinc protection of Wheeling COP-R-LOY Farm Fence 
is adequate for every need and its combination with 
the long lasting COP-R-LOY base provides doiihle in- 
surance against deterioration. 

THE HINGE-JOINT 

The knot is the most approved de- 
sign, the Hinge-Joint type. It gives 
fullest flexibility with utmost strength. 
It is neatly formed with ends pressed 
in close to the line wires, thereby 
eliminating the ragged appearance so 
noticeable in some types of hinge 



joint. The Hinge-Joint does not slip on line wires under 
ordinary tension. Test it out to your own satisfaction 
and demonstrate this feature to prospective buyers. 



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EXPANSION CURVES 

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To give the fence good, live tension at all times, special 
crimps or expansion curves of accurate uniformity are 
placed in the wire between Hinge-Joint. This special 
curve compensates for expansion and contraction that 
result from temperature changes. 

FULL GAUGE WIRES 

Actual sizes of wires used in the weaving of Wheeling 
COP-R-LOY Farm Fence are shown on this page. All 
wire is drawn ~ 



from Wheeling- 
made rods of 
COP-R-LOY 

in Wheeling 
plants, insuring 
invariable 
Wheeling uni- 
formity and dis- 
tinctive quality. 




No. 9 
No. 10 
No. 11 
No. 123^ 
No. 13 
No. 143^ 
No. 153^ 
No. 17 
No. 18 



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Pure Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 
THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




HOG AND FIELD FENCE 

Standard 20 and 40-rod rolls. (10-rod rolls 25c net extra per roll). 



THIS is an ideal farm fence for all general 
purposes. Made of full weight, full gauge 
COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc coated for maxi- 
mum durability under all conditions. 



Supplied in five heights as shown above, des- 
ignated as Style Nos. 1155, 1047, 939, 832 and 
726, and in gauges and weights as outlined 
below : 



SPECIFICATIONS 



Number 
Style Line 
No. Wires 


Approximate 
Height 
in Inches 




APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD IN POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 




Spec. 


No. 9 


Spec. No. 11 


Spec. No 


12K2 


Spec. No 


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12-inch 
Stays 


6-inch 

Stays 


12-inch 
Stays 


6-inch 
Stays 


12-inch 
Stays 


6-inch 
Stays 


12-inch 
Stays 


6-inch 
Stays 


1155 11 

1047 10 

939 9 

832 8 
726 7 


55 
47 
39 
32 
26 


16.8 
14.98 
13.21 
11.52 
9.91 


23.] 

20.37 

17.80 

15.38 

13.12 


11.53 

10.34 

9.19 

8.10 

7.06 


15.45 
13.70 
12.04 
10.49 
9.04 


7.89 

7.11 
6.35 
5.64 
4.95 


10.39 
9.32 
8.17 
7.15 
6.21 


not made 
not made 
not made 
not made 
not made 


not made 

not made 

5.16 

4.44 

3.90 


Gauge of Top Wire 


9 
9 
9 
9 


9 
9 
9 
9 


9 

9 

11 

11 


9 

9 

11 

11 


10 
10 

123^ 
12^ 


10 
10 

12J^ 
12^ 


11 
11 

14^ 
143^ 


U 


Gauge of Bottom Wire 

Gauge of Line Wire 


11 

141^ 


Gauee of Stav Wire . . 


14^ 







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Pure Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 



THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




HORSE, CATTLE AND SHEEP FIELD FENCE 

Standard 20 and 40-rod rolls (10-rod rolls 25c net extra per roll). 



An excellent fence for enclosures occupied 
/\ by large animals. Made of full weight, 
full gauge COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc coated 
for maximum durability under all conditions. 



They can be supplied in three heights as 
shown above, designated as Style Nos. 949, 
845 and 635, and in gauges and weights as 
outlined below: 



SPECIFICATIONS 



style 
No 



949 
845 
635 



Gauge Top Wire . . 
Gauge Bottom Wire . 
Gauge Line Wire . . 
Gauge Stay Wire . . 



No. of 
Line 
Wires 



Approximate 
Height 
Inches 



49 
45 
35 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD 
IN POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 



Spec. No. 9 
12-inch Stays 



13.96 

12.61 

9.54 



Spec. No. 11 
12-inch Stays 



9.70 

8.82 
6.84 



9 

9 

11 

11 



Spec. No. 12 H 
12-inch Stays 



6.72 
6.14 
4.83 



10 
10 
123^ 

12H 



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THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




CLOSE MESH HOG AND FIELD FENCE 

Standard 20 and 40-rod rolls (10-rod rolls 25c net extra per roll). 



WHEELING Close Mesh Hog and Field 
Fence is a closely spaced farm fence 
suitable for turning hogs, pigs or small ani- 
mals, poultry, etc. Made of full weight, full 
gauge COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc coated 



for maximum durability under all conditions. 
They can be supplied in three heights as 
shown above, designated as Style Nos. 1346, 
1240 and 1134, and in gauges and weights as 
outlined below: 



SPECIFICATIONS 

c,. , No. of Approximate 

Style Line Height 

f""- Wires Inches 

1346 13 46 

1240 12 40 

1134 11 34 

Gauge Top Wire 

Gauge Bottom Wire 

Gauge Line Wire 

Gauge Stay Wire 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD IN 
POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 


Specifications 
12-inch Stays 


12 H CM 
6-inch Stays 


9.1 

8.4 
7.6 


11.8 
10.7 

9.7 


10 
10 

123^ 


10 
10 

12^ 



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THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




TEXAS WOLF PROOF FENCE 

Standard 20 and 40-rod rolls. (10-rod rolls 25c net extra per roll.) 



THIS is a close mesh, light weight field fence 
designed to meet the particular needs of 
the sheep and goat rancher. Made of full 
weight, full gauge COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc 
coated for maximum durability under all con- 



ditions. A very desirable style of fence for 
various sections of the country. Supplied in 
five heights as shown above, designated as 
Style Nos. 1548, 1443, 1035, 930 and 825, and 
in gauges and weights as outlined below: 



SPECIFICATIONS 



No. of Approximate 

Style Line Height 

No. Wires Inches 

Gauge Top Wire. . 
Gauge Bottom Wire 
Gauge Line Wire . 
Gauge Stay Wire . 



1548 


15 


48 
43 
35 
30 
25 


1443 


. 14 


1035 


10 


930 


. . . , 9 


825 


8 







APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD IN 
POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 



Specifications 


No. 14 H 


12-inch Stays 


6-ineh Stays 


5.84 


7.17 


5.44 


6.61 


4.23 


5.19 


3.84 


4.65 


3.47 


4.16 



11 
11 

14J^ 

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11 
11 

143^ 
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THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




POULTRY, RABBIT AND GARDEN FENCE 

Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls. (No extra charge for 10-rod rolls). 



WHEELING Poultry, Rabbit and Garden 
Fence is the perfect enclosure for orch- 
ards, gardens and chicken lots as it effectually 
turns small animals and fowls. Made of full 
weight, full gauge COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc 



coated for maximum durability under all con- 
ditions. 

Supplied in three heights as shown above, 
designated as Style Nos. 2158, 1948, and 1635, 
and in gauges and weights as outlined below: 



SPECIFICATIONS 



"^t: 



No, of 
Line 
Wires 



Approximate 
Height 
Inches 



2158. 
1948. 
1635. 



21 
19 
16 



58 
48 
35 



Gauge Top Wire . . . 
Gauge Bottom Wire 
Gauge Line Wire . 
Gauge Stay Wire . . 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD IN 
POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 



Spec. 14H P-R- 
6-inch Stays 



9.50 
8.49 
7.05 




Spec. 13 P.R. 
6-inch Stays 



12.20 

10.83 

8.91 



11 
11 
13 
13 



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THE DOUBLY PROTECTED FENCE 




CLOSE MESH POULTRY AND CHICK FENCE 

Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls. (No extra charge for 10-rod rolls). 



THIS fence has one-inch spacing between 
first five hne wires at bottom, requiring 
no top and bottom boards to confine chicks 
or bar animals, and is most popular with 



SPECIFICATIONS 



the trade. Made of full weight, full gauge 
COP-R-LOY wires, pure zinc coated. 
Supplied in five heights as shown above in ac- 
cordance with specifications below. 



Style 
No. 



Number 
of Line 
Wires 



Approximate 
Height 
m Inches 



2672 
2360 
2048 
1736 
1424 



26 
23 
20 
17 
14 



72 
60 

48 
36 
24 



Gauge Top Wire . . 
Gauge Bottom Wire 
Gauge Line Wire . . 
Gauge Stay Wire . . 



APPROXIMATE WEIGHT PER ROD IN POUNDS AND GAUGE OF WIRE 
CLOSE MESH POULTRY 

FENCE CHICK FENCE 



Spec. No. 14 H Spec. No. 15 H 
6-inch Stays 6-inch Stays " 



11.1 

9.7 

8.4 

7.0 





11 
11 

143^ 
141^ 



9.4 

8.2 

8.0 

5.8 





12H 
1234 
15^ 
153^ 



n ' L ^^PKC. No. 17 Spec. No. 18 

b-mch Stays 4-inch Stays 6-inch Stavs 



5.8 

5.2 

4.4 

3.6 





7.2 
6.2 
5.3 
4.3 
3.4 



1534 
1534 
17 
17 



4.7 
4.1 
3.5 
2.9 




1534 


15^ 


15^ 


15>^ 


17 


18 


17 


18 



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Wheeling Lawn Fence 

Pure Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 




WHEELING Lawn Fence combines essential protec- 
tion with beauty of design. Its unique construc- 
tion, double cable line wires and closely woven pickets, 
give it maximum strength. The heavy, pure zinc 
coating insures years of dependable service. 

The crimped pickets are uniformly spaced. The twisted 
cable line wires are drawn to the correct tension. The 
reverse twists make proper allowance for contraction 



or expansion and prevent sagging. The demand for 
Lawn Fence is increasing. 

Home owners insist upon its protection, privacy, and 
beautification. 

Wheeling Lawn Fence is made in three attractive 
designs and in heights from 30 inches to 60 inches. It 
meets every requirement demanded by the critical 
buyer — strength, durability, protection, and beauty. 



DOUBLE PICKET 

Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls (No extra charge for 10-rod rolls) 



This, the most popular of all Lawn Fences, is noted 
for its beauty, strength, and general utility. Its closely 
spaced pickets, attractive design, and sturdiness com- 
bine to make an all-around lawn fence which fulfills 
every need. The crimped pickets are No. 9 wire heavily 



coated with pure zinc. Double cable line wires are 
made of two No, 123^ heavily zinc coated wire. Lower 
pickets are spaced \}/2 inches apart; upper pickets, 3 
inches apart. Lower line wires are 6 inches apart; the 
top line wires 2% inches apart. 



Height 


No. of Cable 
Line Wires 


Approximate Weight per 
10-rod Roll 20-rodRol] 


30 inches 


6 


228 lbs. 
248 lbs. 
284 lbs. 
328 lbs. 
360 lbs. 
403 lbs. 


456 lbs. 


36 inches 


7 


496 lbs. 


42 inches . . 


8 


568 lbs. 


48 inches 


9 


656 lbs. 


t54 inches 


10 


720 lbs. 


60 inches . . . 


11 


806 lbs. 



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Wheeling Lawn Fence 

Pure Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 




3-INCH SINGLE PICKET 

Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls (No extra charge for lO-rod rolls) 



THIS fence is made with heavy upright pickets of No. 9 
crimped wire securely locked together by double 
cable line wires of No. 12)^ gauge. All wires are heavily 
coated with pure zinc. Pickets are spaced 3 inches 
apart. Lower cable line wires are 6 inches apart; the 



two top cables are 2^ inches apart. This attractive 
and durable fence fulfills all requirements where other 
than a strictly poultry-proof fence is wanted. It 
stretches readily to either wood or steel posts and re- 
quires no special skill to erect. 



Height 



No. of Cable 
Lioe Wires 



30 inches 6 

36 inches , 7 

42 inches 8 

48 inches 9 

54 inches 10 

60 inches . . 11 

156 



Approximate Weight per 
lO-rod Roll 20-rod Roll 



170 lbs. 
190 lbs. 
218 lbs. 
243 lbs. 
271 lbs. 
299 lbs. 



340 lbs. 
380 lbs. 
436 lbs. 

486 lbs. 
542 lbs. 
598 lbs. 



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Wheeling Ornamental Gates 




FRAMES are made of IJ^-inch zinc coated steel tubing. 
Filler is Double Picket Fabric. All gates surmounted 
with wrought iron scroll and equipped with hinges and 
latch for wood posts. Special hinges and latch for 
tubular steel posts 1% inches or 2}4 inches outside 
diameter and 2-inch x 2-inch angle steel posts furnished 
at nominal extra charge. Gates from 4 feet to 8 feet 



Double Drive Gate with Double Picket Fabric 



DOUBLE DRIVE GATES 



wide have vertical brace in center. Gates 6 feet or 
more in width are braced diagonally. Made in three 
heights: 36 inches, 42 inches, and 48 inches; and in 
the following widths (distance between posts) : 8 feet, 
10 feet, 12 feet, and 14 feet. 

Note: Gates of special dimensions can be furnished at slight advance 
in price. 




Single Drive Gate with Double Picket Fabric 



SINGLE DRIVE GATES 



FRAMES are made of 1^-inch (outside diameter) zinc 
coated steel tubing and filled with Double Picket 
Fabric. All gates surmounted with wrought iron scroll 
and equipped with hinges and latch for wood posts. 
Special hinges and latch for tubular steel posts 1^ 
inches or 23^ inches outside diameter and 2-inch x 2- 
inch angle steel posts furnished at nominal extra charge. 
Gates from 4 feet to 8 feet wide have one vertical brace ; 
10- and 12-foot gates have two vertical braces; and 



14-foot gates have three vertical braces. Diagonal 
braces are fitted with an adjustable sleeve which pre- 
vents sagging. 

Made in three heights: 36 inches, 42 inches, and 48 
inches; and in the following widths (distance between 
posts) : 8 feet, 10 feet, 12 feet, and 14 feet. 

Note: Gates of special dimensions can be furnished at slight advance 
in price. 



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Wheeling Ornamental Gates 





Walk Gates with Double Picket Fabric 



Walk Gates with 3-inch Single Picket Fabric 



WALK GATES 



WHEELING Walk Gates are made with frames of 
new zinc coated steel tubing, \y^ inches outside 
diameter. These frames are filled with Double Picket 
Fabric or 3-inch Single Picket Fabric. 

Attractive zinc coated wrought iron scrolls surmount 
all gates. Zinc coated latches and hinges for wood posts 



are furnished with each gate. Hinges and latch for 
tubular steel posts 1^ inches or 23^ inches outside 
diameter, or angle steel posts, 2x2 inches, furnished 
at a nominal extra charge. Be sure to specify kind and 
size of post where steel post fittings are wanted. 

iVo/e; Gates of special dimensions can be furnished at slight advance 
in price. 



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Width Height 

Between Posts ©f Frame 

3 feet , 36 inches 

3 feet 42 inches 

3 feet .48 inches 

33^ feet 36 inches 

33^ feet , .42 inches 

33^ feet . 48 inches 

4 feet 36 inches 

4 feet 42 inches 

4 feet 48 inches 

Unless otherwise specified Double Picket Fabric will be furnished 



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Wheeling Flower-Bed Border and Trellis 





FLOWER-BED BORDER 



Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls, (No extra charge for 10-rod rolls) 



TRELLIS 

Standard 10 and 20-rod rolls. (No extra charge for 10-rod rolls) 



ADDS to appearance of lawns and gardens, private 
i or public. Can be easily installed, removed and 
used again from year to year. Pickets, placed 3 inches 
apart, are made of No. 9 crimped wire. Double cable 
line wires are No. 13 gauge. Lower line wires spaced 
5 inches apart; two top line wires, 2^ inches apart. 
All wires heavily zinc coated. 



AN ATTRACTIVE support for cUmbiug vines. Strong 
^ and durable. Adds to the beauty of the home. 
Can be easily installed by the purchaser. 

Made with pickets of No. 10 gauge crimped wire locked 
together by four double cable line wires of No. 13 
gauge. Pickets spaced 4 inches apart. All wires heavily 
zinc coated. 



Height over all 



16 inches 
22 inches 

28 inches 



Height above ground 



12 inches 
18 inches 
24 inches 



No. of Cable 
Line Wires 



Widths 



No. of CabJe 
Line Wires 



18 inches 
24 inches 
30 inches 



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Groundgripper 
Vee Post 



Wheeling Steel Fence Posts 

GROUNDGRIPPER POSTS 

WE GUARANTEE that evcry Groundgripper Fence Post 
is made of high' carbon rail steel, bnilt to give long, 
satisfactory and dependable service; that it is protected 
by a pure linseed oil paint baked on and that it will stay 
when properly set. 

Groundgripper Vee Post 

1 — The end section suggests the strength and rigidity of this post. 2— The 
wire fits in a groove and is locked securely in place with a heavily galvanized 
snap-on fastener. 3 — Equipped with an anchor plate that really anchors. 
4 — It will be noted that this post is reinforced with a heavy 5^-inch rib which 
runs the full length of the post. Seven fasteners furnished with each post. 
Size IM X :^-inch legs with %-inch square reinforcing rib. 5 — Covered with 
pure linseed oil paint baked on. 



Lengths 


Approximate 
Weights 


Lengths 


Approximate 
Weights 


S'O'^ . , . 
5'6" . . . 
6'0" . . . 
6'6" . . . 


. , . 7.32 lbs. 
. . . 7.99 lbs. 
. . . 8.65 lbs. 
. . . 9.32 lbs. 


7'0" . . . 
7'6" . . . 

8'0" . . . 


. . . 9.98 lbs. 
. . . 10.65 lbs. 
. . . 11.31 lbs. 



Groundgripper Self Fastener Tee Post 

This is one of the strongest posts on the market today. Unlike most 
lipped posts the lip on this post is curved to receive the wire. A 
slight tap with the hammer at the top of the lip will lock the wire 
securely without shearing wire or breaking lip. Coated with pure 
linseed oil paint baked on. Size IJ^ x 134 x J^ inch section. 



Lengths 



Approximate 
Weights 



Lengths 



Approximate 
Weights 



S'O" ...... 6.92 lbs. 7'0" 

5'6" 7.55 lbs. 7'6" 

6'0'' 8.17 lbs. 8'0" 

6'6" 8.80 lbs. 



9.42 lbs. 
10.05 lbs. 
10.67 lbs. 




Groundgripper 

Self Fastener 

Ell Post 



Groundgripper Self Fastener Ell Post 

A post built to stand abuse, easily driven, will stand like a rock and 
outlast any farm fence. The patented lip on this post is a feature. 
Only two bottom lips need be clamped over wire to secin-e. Coated 
with pure linseed oil paint baked on. Size 134 x 134 x ^-inch section. 



Lengths 


Approximate 
Weights 


Lengths 


Approximate 
Weights 


5'0" . . . 
5^6" . . . 
6^0" . . . 
6'6" . - . 


. . . 6.20 lbs. 
. . 6.76 lbs. 
. . 7 32 lbs. 
. . 7.88 lbs. 


7'0" . , . 

7'6" . . . 
8'0" . . . 


. . 8.44 lbs. 
. . 9.00 lbs. 
. . 9.56 lbs. 




Groundgripper 

Self Fastener 

Tee Post 



Hercules Studded Tee Post 

The Hercules Studded Tee Post is made of tough, resilient rail- 
carbon steel. It springs and gives in the fence line under shocks, 
but never gives way. It is especially strong at the vital point where 
the anchor plate is attached. Size 1% x 1^ x ^ x ^-inch section. 



Lengths 



Approximate 
Weights 



Lengths 



Approximate 
Weights 



5'0" 7.32 lbs. rO" 

5'6" 7.99 lbs. 7'6" 

6'0" 8.65 lbs. 8'0" 

6'6" 9.32 lbs. 



9.98 lbs. 
10.65 lbs. 
11.31 lbs. 



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Hercules Studded 
Tee Post 



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Wheeling Steel Fence Post Accessories 





Tee Top 




Post Driver 



Extension Arm 



\'ee Top 



POST DRIVER 

Eliminates that back-breaking pounding with a sledge. 
An absolute necessity on all steel posts. 
Weight, 14 pounds each. 

EXTENSION ARM 

Forming part of the post itself, this arm is the strongest 

and most serviceable one on the market. 

Simply tighten ONE bolt, and the arm is secure. 

Will fit any type tee post made. 

Length, 14 inches. Weight, 1.93 pounds each. 



TEE TOP 

This top is fastened securely to post by a turn of the 
set screw. Will fit all of our tee posts. 

Weight, .90 pounds. 



VEE TOP 

This top follows out the lines of the post and is easily 

attached. 

Weight, .90 pounds each. 



END, GATE AND CORNER POSTS 



The end and corner posts are the foundation of your 
fence line. Groundgripper Corners and Ends are sturdi- 



ly built to give years of service. They have plenty of 
surplus strength for the most severe conditions. 



GROUNDGRIPPER END OR GATE POSTS 



GROUNDGRIPPER CORNER POSTS 




Size: Corner Post Main and Compression Braces, 2x2x3^ inches. 
Tension Brace, 2 x 1^ x ^ inches. 

Lengths. 7'0" 7'8" 9^0" 

Approximate Weights. . . 523^ lbs. 57 lbs. 67 lbs. 




Size: Corner Post, Main, and Compression Braces, 2x2x3^ inches. 
Tension Braces, 2 x 1^^ x ^ inches. 

Lengths 7'0" 7^8'' 9'0" 

Approximate Weights, . . 84 lbs. 89 lbs. 105 lbs. 



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Wheelins Barbed Wire 




Wheeling Barbed Wire and other Wheehng Wire and Wire Products are made in the most modern and complete 
wire mills in America at the Wheeling plant, Portsmouth, Ohio 



THE same thoroughness characteristic of the making 
of all Wheeling Fence is applied to the production 
of Wheeling Barbed Wire. From the manufacture of 
the steel, the drawing and weaving of the wire and 
application of the barbs all Wheeling Barbed Wire is 

WHEELING FOUR-POINT 




typically a Wheeling product made to one standard by 
the one company. Made of zinc coated full gauge 
Open Hearth Steel Wire and when specially ordered 
of zinc coated COP-R-LOY wire. All 80-rod reels are 
guaranteed to be full length. 

OHIO FOUR-POINT 




Round Barbs^ Zinc Coated 

Round barbs of 13-gauge. Each barb is wrapped once around one 
main strand and once around both main strands. Main strands 
are 12-gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 6 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 4 inches apart. 
Furnished in even weight spools of 100 pounds. 80-rod reels are 
also suppHed except that main strands are of 123/^-gauge and barbs 
are of 14-gauge. 

PORTSMOUTH PERFECT TWO-POINT 



Half-Round Barbs, Zinc Coated 

Ha]f-round barbs wrapped twice around one main strand. Main 
strands are 123^-gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 6 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 3 inches apart. 
Furnished in even weight spools of 100 pounds and in full 80-rod 
reels. 



OHIO TWO-POINT 





Flat Barbs, Zinc Coated 

Flat barbs are wrapped once around one of the main strands. 
Main strands are 12^- gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 5 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 3 inches apart. 
Furnished in even weight spools of 100 pounds and in full 80-rod reels. 



Main 



Half-Round Barbs, Zinc Coated 

Half-round barbs wrapped once around one main strand. 
strands are 123^-gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 5 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 3 inches apart. 
Furnished in even weight spools of 100 pounds and in full 80-rod reels. 



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Wheeling Barbed Wire 



SCIOTO TWO-POINT 



TWO-PLY TWISTED BARBLESS WIRE 




Round Barbs, Zinc Coated 

Round barbs of 14-gauge are wrapped twice around one of the 
main strands. Main strands are 123^-gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 5 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 3 inches apart. 
Furnished in even weight spools of 100 pounds and in full 80-rod 
reels. 



Zinc Coated 

Furnished in either 12- or 12J-^-gauge, wound on spools or reels 

(same as barbed wire). 

Put up in even weight spools of 100 pounds or in full 80-rod reels. 



WHEELING BARBED WIRE 

on Modern Wire Spools 



CRESCENT TWO-POINT 




Round Barbs, Zinc Coated 




Round barbs 16-gauge are wrapped twice around one of the main 
strands. Main strands are 14-gauge. 

Cattle Barbs about 5 inches apart. 

Hog Barbs about 3 inches apart. 
Furnished only in full 80-rod reels. 



PAINTED BARBED WIRE 

Any style of barbed wire shown on pages 162 and 163 can be fur- 
nished painted if desired. 



Diagrams Showing Fence Required For Various Acreages 



nEouiRES 

* MOOS OF FENCE 
TO ENCLOSE 



I ACRE 

TO ENCLOSE 



3 ACRES 

NEQUtRES 

■ • RODS OF FENCE 

TO ENCLOSE 



4 ACRES 

REGUIRCS 101 RODS 

I'/i FT. O^ FENCE 

TO ENCLOSE 



ti RODS S FEET 



I ACRE 

REGUIRES 
10 RODS to FT 
or FENCE ro 




4 ACRES 

104 RODS OF FENCE 
TO ENCLOSE 



!4 MILC OR 160 RODS 

lA 

Q 


E 

1 reo ACRES 

REQUIRES 2 MILES 
OR SM RODS OF FENCE 
U TO ENCLOSE 

J 

i 


a MILE OR t«0 ROOS 

g 80 ACRES 

- REQUIRES 1 ti MILES 
OR 4a0 RODS OF FENCE 
U TO ENCLOSE 

i 

3t 


% MrUE OR iO RODS 

S 40 ACRES 

. REQUIRES 1 MILE 
OF FENCE TO ENCLOSE 

i 


•A MILE OR eo RODS 

s 

20 ACRES 


40 RODS 

M 

q 


g 4.ROOS 

g S ACRES 


to ACRES 
9 


SQUARE 


zo 

ROOS 

1 '4 

ACRES 



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Wheeling Wire 



WHEELING Wire can be furnished in Bright, An- 
nealed or Zinc Coated. Made from WheeHng 
COP-R-LOY or Open Hearth Steel. 



WHEELING COP-R-LOy 
SOLID CLOTHES LINES 



COILED STEEL SPRING WIRE 

Zinc Codted 




Made of selected hard wire and is adapted to hold 
avoid slack or loose wires in fence construction. 


tension and 


Wheeling or 
W&M 
Gauge 




Feet per 
Pound 






Wheeling or 

W&M 

Gauge 


Feet per 
Pound 


7 ■ 

8 

9 




11.0 
13.33 

16.7 






10 

11 

12 


20.0 

24.61 

32.0 



ZINC COATED BRACE WIRE 

No. 8 and 9 gauges — 5-pound coils, packed 20 coils to the bundle 
of 100 pounds. Advance is $1.00 per 100 pounds over the price of 

No. 8 gauge Zinc Coated Wire. 




Wheeling COP-R-LOY Solid Clothes Lines are made of soft zinc- 
coated COP-R-LOY wire. 

They are cleaner and more economical than the twisted clothes 
lines. They will not tear the clothes, as they are smooth and have 
no small strands of wire to break. 

Coils contain 50, 75, or 100 feet, are 8 inches inside diameter and 
are shipped in cartons of 12 coils each. Each coil is tagged to 
show number of feet and gauge of wire. 

Approximate Weights (per carton of 12 coils) 

^>et No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 

per Coil Gauge Gauge Gauge 

50 42 lbs. 35 lbs. 29 lbs. 

75 63 lbs. 52 lbs. 43 lbs. 

100 84 lbs. 70 lbs. 58 lbs. 



STRAIGHTENED AND CUT WIRE 



Straightened and Cut Wire is furnished in all sizes from No. 18 
gauge to 5^-inch, inclusive, in lengths from 6 inches to 20 feet 
inclusive. Particular care is used in this process to insure the wire 
being commercially straight, clean and accurate in length. 



ACTUAL SIZES OF PLAIN WIRE 



Wheeling Diameter «r • , . 
or W & M of J^^'«l?t 



Gauge No. Steel Wire 



One Mile 




Feet 
to a 
Pound 



1 


.2830 


1128.0 


4.68 




2 


.2625 


970.4 


5.44 




3 


.2437 


836.4 


6.31 




4 


.2253 


714.8 


7.39 




5 


.2070 


603.4 


8.75 




6 


.1920 


519-2 


10.17 




7 


.1770 


441.2 


11.97 


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Wheeling 
or W&M 

Gauge No. 


Diameter 

of 
Steel Wire 


W^eight 
One Mile 


Feet 
to a 
Pound 


8 


.1620 


369.6 


14.29 


9 


.1483 


309.7 


17.05 


10 


.1350 


256.7 


20.57 


11 


.1205 


204.5 


25.82 


12 


.1055 


156.7 


33.69 


13 


.0915 


117.9 


44.78 


14 


.0800 


90.13 


58.58 


15 


.0720 


73.01 


72.32 


16 


.0625 


55.0 


95.98 


17 


.054 


41.0 


128.60 


18 


.047 


31.77 


166.20 



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Wheeling Wire 
SINGLE LOOP BALE TIES 



Wheeling Single Loop Bale Ties are made in all standard gauges and 
lengths from Wheeling Open Hearth Steel Wire, on new and modern 
equipment, 250 ties to the bundle, spirally wrapped with wire. 

STANDARD WEIGHTS PER BUNDLE 

250 ties per bundle 





(Weights shown are approximate only) 








Lengths 


13 Gauge 14 Gauge 14 3^ Gauge 15 Gauge 


15 3^ Gauge 


16 Gauge 


16M Gauge 


in Feet 


Weights Weights Weights Weights 


Weights 


Weights 


Weights 



5 30.2 

5H 31.6 

5H 33.0 

5H 34.4 

6 35.8 

Q}4 37.2 

6J^ 38.6 

6M 40.0 

7 41.4 

7H 42.8 

7H 44.2 

7M • 45.6 

8 47.0 

8M 48.4 

8J^ . 49.8 

m 51.2 

9 52.6 

9H 54.0 

93^ 55.4 

9H 56.8 

10 58.2 

lOM 59.6 

103^ 60.9 

103^ 62.3 

U 63.7 

IIM 65.1 

IVA 66.5 

MH 67.9 

12 69.3 



22.8 


20.5 


18.4 


16.1 


13.8 


12.0 


23.8 


21.5 


19.3 


16.8 


14.4 


12.6 


24.9 


22.5 


20.2 


17.6 


15.1 


13.2 


26.0 


23.4 


21.0 


18.3 


15.7 


13.8 


27.0 


24.4 


21.9 


19.1 


16.4 


14.3 


28.1 


25.4 


22.8 


19.8 


17.0 


14.9 


29.2 


26.3 


23.6 


20.6 


17.7 


15.5 


30.2 


27.3 


24.5 


21.3 


18.3 


16.0 


31.3 


28.2 


25.4 


22.1 


19.0 


16.6 


32.4 


29.2 


26.2 


22.8 


19.6 


17.2 


33.4 


30.2 


27.1 


23.6 


20.3 


17.7 


34.5 


31.1 


28.0 


24.4 


21.0 


18.3 


35.6 


32.1 


28.8 


25.1 


21.7 


18.9 


36.6 


33.1 


29.7 


25.9 


22.4 


19.4 


37.7 


34.0 


30.5 


26.6 


23.0 


20.0 


38.8 


35.0 


31.4 


27.4 


23.7 


20.6 


39.8 


35.9 


32.3 


28.1 


24.3 


21.1 


40.9 


36.9 


33.1 


28.9 


25.0 


21.7 


42.0 


37.9 


34.0 


29.6 


25.6 


22.3 


43.0 


38.8 


34.9 


30.4 


26.3 


22.8 


44.1 


39.8 


35.7 


31.1 


26.9 


23.4 


45.2 


40.8 


36.6 


31.9 


27.6 


23.9 


46.2 


41.7 


37.5 


32.6 


28.2 


24.5 


47.3 


42.7 


38.3 


33.4 


28.9 


25.1 


48.4 


43.7 


39.2 


34.1 


29.5 


25.6 


49.4 


44.6 


40.0 


34.9 


30.2 


26.2 


50.5 


45.6 


40.9 


35.6 


30.8 


26.8 


51.6 


46.5 


41.8 


36.4 


31.5 


27.3 



52.6 



47.5 



42.6 



37.2 



32.1 



27.9 



EXPLANATION 

of the sizes of Bale Ties Used in Various Presses for Convenience in Ordering 

For 17 X 22 Perpetual Presses, use ties 8, 83^, or 9 feet long. No. 14 For Upright Heavy Portable or Light Stationary Horse Presses, 

wire for heavy work and No. 15 for light work. use No. 13 wire. 

For 14 X 18 Perpetual Presses, use ties 8, 8^, or 83^ feet long. No. 14 ^^r Upright Heavy Stationary and Beater Presses, use No. 10, No. 11 

wire for extra or extreme heavy work. No. 15 for heavy and medium ^^"^ ^o. 12 wire, accordmg to the size of bale and number of ties used. 

work, and No. 16 for light work. Standard Small Bales {!a '^ !l "" t^ ■''*'l!^' 

For 12 X 15 Perpetual Presses, use ties 73^, 7%, or 8 feet long. No. 15 a. a a nj a- tj i \ S '^ oo oS • u^^ 

f V *^ 1 J XT 1A # J- 1- Ui ! Standard Medium Bales 17 x 22 x 36 inches 

wire for heavy work and No. lb for medium or light work. Standard Large Bales 22 x 28 x 46 inches 

For Upright Hand Presses, nse No. 14 and No. 15 wire. To get the length of tie required, add 3 inches to the measure around 

For Upright Light Horse Presses, use No. 14 wire. the bale when under pressure. 



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Wheeling Wire 



Table oi SizeS/ Weights and Length 
of Steel Wire 



Table of Comparative Sizes Wire Gauge 
in Decimals of an Inch 



Wheeling 
Gauge 


Decimal 
Inches 


Millimeters 


Pounds 
per Foot 


Pounds 
per Mile 


Feet per 
Pound 


No. of 

Wire 
Gauge 


Wheeling 

or 
Washburn 
& Moen 


Birmingham 

or 

Stubb's 


Brown & Sharpe 


British 
Iniperial 

or English 
^ Legal 
Standard 




M' 


.5000 


12.70 


.6668 


3521. 


1.500 


7-0 




.4900 


12.45 


.6404 


3381. 


1.562 










M' 


.46875 


11.91 


.5861 


3094. 


1.706 












6^ 




.4615 


11.72 


.5681 


2999. 


1.76 


000000 
00000 


.461 
.430 






.464 
.432 




iV^ 


.4375 


11.11 


.5105 


2696. 


1.959 


0000 


.393 


.454 


.46000 


.400 


5-0 




.4305 


10.93 


.4943 


2610. 


2.023 


000 


.362 


.425 


.40964 


.372 




H" 


.40625 


10.32 


.4402 


2324. 


2.272 


00 


.331 


.380 


.36480 


.348 


4-0 




.3938 


10.00 


.4136 


2184. 


2.418 




1 


.307 
.283 


.340 
.300 


.32495 

.28930 


.324 
.300 




H" 


.3750 


9.525 


.3751 


1980. 


2.666 


2 


.263 


.284 


.25763 


.276 


3-0 




.3625 


9.2075 


.3505 


1851. 


2.853 


3 


.244 


.259 


.22942 


.252 




H" 


.34375 


8.731 


.3152 


1664. 


3.173 


4 


.225 


.238 


.20431 


.232 


2-0 




.3310 


8.407 


.2922 


1543. 


3.422 


6 


.207 
.192 


.220 
.203 


.18194 
.16202 


.212 
.192 




A" 


.3125 


7.938 


.2605 


1375. 


3.839 


7 


.177 


.180 


.14428 


.176 


1-0 




.3065 


7.785 


.2506 


1323. 


3.991 


8 


.162 


.165 


. 12849 


.160 


1 




.2830 


7.185 


.2136 


1128. 


4.681 




.148 


.148 


.11443 


.144 




^* 


.28125 


7.144 


.2110 


1114. 


4.74 


10 
11 


.135 
.120 


.134 
.120 


.10189 
.09074 


.128 
.116 


2 




.2625 


6.668 


.1838 


970.4 


5.441 


12 
13 
14 
15 
16 


.105 


.100 


.08081 


.104 




H" 


.2500 


6.350 


.1667 


880.2 


5.999 


.092 


.095 


.07196 


.092 


3 




.2437 


6.190 


.1584 


836.4 


6.313 


.080 


.083 


.06408 


.080 


4 




.2253 


5.723 


.1354 


714.8 


7.386 


.063 


.072 
.065 


.05707 
.05082 


.072 

.064 


5 


A' 


.21875 
.2070 


5.556 
5.258 


.1276 
.1143 


673.9 
603.4 


7.835 
8.750 


17 
18 
19 
20 
21 


.054 
.047 


.058 
.049 


.04526 
.04030 


.056 
.048 


6 


A' 


.1920 
.1875 


4.877 
4.763 


.09832 
.09377 


519.2 
495.1 


10.17 
10.66 


.041 
.035 
.032 


.042 
.035 
.032 


.03589 
.03196 
.02846 


040 

.036 
.032 


7 
8 

9 


^' 


.1770 

.1620 
. 15625 
.1483 


4.496 
4.115 
3.969 
3.767 


.08356 
.07000 
.06512 
.05866 


441.2 
369.6 
343.8 
309.7 


11.97 
14.29 
15.36 
17.05 


22 
23 
24 
25 
26 


.028 
.025 
.023 
.020 
.018 


.028 
.025 
.022 
.020 
.018 


.02535 
.02257 
.02010 
.01790 
.01594 


.028 
.024 
.022 
.020 

.018 


10 

11 
12 


H" 


.1350 
.125 

.im5 

.1055 


3.429 
3.175 
3.061 
2.680 


.04861 
.04168 
.03873 
.02969 


256.7 
220.0 
2(M.5 
156.7 


20.57 
24.00 
25.82 
33.69 


27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


.017 

.016 

.015 

.014 

.0135 

.0130 


.016 
.014 
.013 
.012 
.010 
.009 


.01419 
.01264 
.01126 
.01002 
.00893 
.00795 


.0164 
.0148 
.0136 
.0124 
.0116 
0108 




A' 


.09375 


2.381 


.02344 


123.8 


42.66 


33 


.0110 


.008 


00708 


0100 


13 




.0915 


2.324 


.02233 


117.9 


44.78 


34 


.0100 


.007 


.00630 


0092 


14 




.0800 


2.a32 


.01707 


90.13 


.58.58 


35 


.0095 


.005 


00561 


0084 


15 




.0720 


1.829 


.013^3 


73.01 


72.32 


36 
37 


.0090 
.0085 


.004 


.00500 
.00445 


.0076 
.0068 


16 


A' 


.0625 


1.588 


.01042 


55.01 


95.98 


38 


.0080 




.00396 


.0060 


17 




.0540 


1.372 


.007778 


41.07 


128.60 


39 


.0076 




.00353 


.0052 


18 




.0475 


1.207 


.006018 


31 77 


166.20 


40 


.0070 




.00314 


.0048 



Extras on Wire 

(Subject to change without notice) 



Gauge Numbers 



Advances per 100 lbs. over Base 

Zinc Coated 

For Size Only (In addition to 

extras for size) 



^-ineh and Coarser . . . $0 . 10 

No. 2 to ^-inch Base 

No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 . . . Base .85 

No. 6 to No. 9 inclusive Base .60 

No. 10 $0.05 .60 

No. 11 .10 .60 

No. 12 .... .15 .65 

No. 13 .25 .70 

No. 14 .35 .80 

No. 15 .55 90 

No. 16 .75 .90 

No. 17 1.00 1.00 

No. 18 1.50 1.00 

Half sizes take same extra over base price as full size or same number, i.e., 10 and 

10 J^ carry same advance over base. 

Annealed Wire, all gauges, 15c per 100 pounds — Extra. 

Soft Zinc Coated Wire takes Regular Zinc Coated Extra outlined above. 

Catch weight and 100-pound coils — No extra. Even weight coils, 5c per coil 

extra. 



166 



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Wheeling Bright Wire Nails 



WITH a background of over three-quarters 
of a century in manufacturing nails to 
meet the varying demands, Wheehng holds a 
reputation throughout the civilized world for 
the production of nails. 

Batteries of automatic nail-making machines 
in Wheeling factories are the most modern 
and efficient known to the industry. 

Raw materials used for Wheeling Nails are 



completely under one control from ore mines 
to the finished product. Steel-making ex- 
perience over a long period of years coupled 
with independence of raw material supply 
assures uniform grade of the particular metal 
best suited to each product. 

You may depend upon Wheeling Nails to be 
true to specifications, free from mixed sizes 
and of standard quality. 




Illustrations 
show Actual Sizes 
of Common Nails 



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T 



Barbed 

Common Nails 

25c advance over 

Smooth Nails 



COMMON NAILS 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



2d 


1 


15 


876 


$1.65 


3d 


m 


14 


568 


1.15 


4d 


IM 


12^ 


316 


.80 


5d 


1^ 


123^ 


271 


.70 


6d 


2 


113^ 


181 


.60 


7d 


2^ 


im 


161 


.55 


8d 


23^ 


10^ 


106 


.50 


9d 


2% 


lOM 


96 


.45 


lOd 


3 


9 


69 


.40 


12d 


3M 


9 


63 


.35 


16d 


W2 


8 


49 


.30 


20d 


4 


6 


31 


.25 


30d 


4K 


5 


24 


.25 


40d 


5 


4 


18 


.25 


50d 


53^ 


3 


14 


.25 


60d 


6 


2 


11 


.25 



167 



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Wheeling Bright Wire Nails 



FLOORING BRADS 



¥ 



SMOOTH BOX NAILS 



Sizes 



6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



2 


11 


2H 


11 


21/^ 


10 


2V4 


10 


3 


9 


m 


8 


W2 


7 


4 


6 



157 


$ .65 


139 


.60 


99 


.55 


90 


.50 


69 


.45 


54 


.40 


43 


.35 


31 


.30 



CASING NAILS 





pmi"" 




™^"™^ 




Sizes 


Lengths 
Inches 


Gauge 


Approx. No. 


Extras over 


Nos. 


to Pound 


Base Price 


2d 


1 


15M 


1010 


$1.70 


3d 


IM 


143^ 


635 


1.20 


4d 


W2 


14 


473 


1.05 


5d 


IH 


14 


406 


.95 


6d 


2 


123^ 


236 


.70 


7d 


2M . 


12^ 


210 


.65 


8d 


23^ 


113^ 


145 


.60 


9d 


2M 


ny2 


132 


.55 


lOd 


3 


101^ 


94 


.50 


12d 


3M 


103^ 


87 


.45 


16d 


3J^ 


10 


71 


.40 


20d 


4 


9 


52 


.30 


30d 


43^ 


9 


46 


.30 


40d 


5 


8 


35 


.30 



COMMON BRADS 

fjifimilB^ iTiiiiiiiiii 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



2d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 

30d 

40d 

50d 

60d 



1 


15 


IH 


14 




12^ 


IM 


IW2 


2 


11^ 


2H 


11^ 


w% 


lOM 


2% 


lOM 


3 


9 


3K 


9 


3^ 


8 


4 


6 


m 


5 


5 


4 


53^ 


3 


6 


2 



Extras over 
Base Price 



876 


$1.70 


568 


1.20 


316 


.85 


271 


.75 


181 


.65 


161 


.60 


106 


.55 


96 


.50 


69 


.45 


64 


.40 


49 


.35 


31 


.30 


24 


.30 


18 


.30 


16 


.30 


11 


.30 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos, 



Approx. No 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



2d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 

30d 

40d 



1 


15}^ 


1010 


$1.65 


IH 


143^ 


635 


1.15 


iy2 


14 


473 


1.00 


\% 


14 


406 


.90 


2 


123^ 


236 


.65 


23^ 


12^ 


210 


.60 


^Vi 


llj^ 


145 


.55 


2% 


113^ 


132 


.50 


3 


\0V2 


94 


.45 


m 


103^ 


88 


.40 


W2 


10 


71 


.35 


4 


9 


52 


.25 


4^ 


9 


46 


.25 


5 


8 


35 


.25 



Smooth box nails will be furnished unless otherwise ordered. 



BARBED BOX NAILS 



Sizes 



Sizes 



2d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



FINISHING NAILS 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



2d 


1 


15^ 


1010 


$1.90 


3d 


IM 


143^ 


635 


1.40 


4d 


13^ 


14 


473 


1.25 


5d 


\% 


14 


406 


1.15 


6d 


2 


12^ 


236 


.90 


7d 


2M 


123^ 


210 


.85 


8d 


2y2 


113^ 


145 


.80 


9d 


2% 


im 


132 


.75 


lOd 


3 


WA 


94 


.70 


12d 


3M 


10^ 


88 


.65 


16d 


33^ 


10 


71 


.60 


20d 


4 


9 


52 


.50 


30d 


43^ 


9 


46 


.50 


40d 


5 


8 


35 


.50 



Extras over 
Base Price 



1 


163^ 


1351 


$2.25 


IK 


153^ 


807 


1.60 


13^ 


15 


584 


1.45 


1% 


15 


500 


1.35 


2 


13 


309 


.80 


2H 


13 


238 


.75 


2y2 


12J^ 


189 


.65 


2% 


123^ 


172 


.60 


3 


113^ 


121 


.55 


314 


ny^ 


113 


.50 


3}^ 


11 


90 


.45 


4 


10 


62 


.35 



168 




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Wheeling Bright Wire Nails 



Sizes 



BOAT NAILS (Lisht) 




Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



4d 


m 


3 ff 


82 


$ .95 


6d 


2 


3 tf 


62 


.80 


8d 


2y2 


A" 


50 


.75 


lOd 


3 


?4 


22 


.70 


12d 


3J< 


M" 


20 


.65 


16d 


3H 


^^ 


18 


.60 


20d 


4 


^^ 


16 


.55 



Annealed nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 

BARREL NAILS 



Sizes 



BOAT NAILS (Heavy) 




Lengths 

Inches 



4d 


1^ 


6d 


2 


8d 


2^ 


lOd 


3 


12d 


SH 


16d 


m 


20d 


4 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 






Vs 



Extras over 
Base Price 



44 


$ .95 


32 


.80 


26 


.75 


14 


.80 


13 


.75 


12 


.70 


10 


.65 



Annealed nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 



Sizes 






¥ 



Sizes 



2d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 

30d 

40d 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



% 


153^ 


1615 


$2.45 


M 


153^ 


1346 


2.10 


Vn 


14^ 


906 


1.45 


1 


143^ 


775 


1.25 


iVs 


14K 


700 


1.20 


IH 


14 


568 


1.15 


W% 


13 


400 


.95 


ly?, 


13 


367 


.90 



SIDING NAILS 



Iiengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No, 
to Pound 



SHINGLE NAILS 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



1 


15^ 


1010 


$1.65 


1J4 


143^ 


635 


1.15 




14 


473 


1.00 


IJi 


14 


406 


.90 


2 


123^ 


236 


.65 


2H 


12^ 


210 


.60 


2V2 


ny2 


145 


.55 


2% 


11^ 


132 


.50 


3 


10^ 


94 


.45 


^H 


103^ 


88 


.40 


W2 


10 


71 


.35 


4 


9 


52 


.25 


m 


9 


46 


.25 


5 


8 


35 


.25 



PLASTER-BOARD NAILS 

1^,^^^ _ 

i 



EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 



Sizes 



No. 9 Gauge 
(J^-inch Head) 



No. 10 Gauge 
(M-inch Head) 



No. 11 Gauge 
(i^-ineh Head) 



1" 

IM" 



$1.50 
1.40 
1.35 



$1.60 
1.50 
1.45 



$1.70 
1.60 
1.55 



SPECIAL BLUED PLASTER-BOARD NAILS 

(Long Diamond Point) 



Sizes 



k 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Size 
of Heads 



SLATING NAILS 



I^^Sa- 



Extras over 
Base Price 



V 


13 


A 


$2.00 


W%" 


13 




1.85 


m" 


13 


A 


1.75 


13^" 


13 


A 


1.65 


IM" 


13 


A 


1.55 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



3d 


1^ 


13 


429 


$1.05 


2d 


1 


12 


411 


$1.20 


33^d 


w% 


123^ 


345 


.85 


3d 


IM 


lOK 


225 


1.00 


4d 




12 


274 


.80 


4d 


IK 


10^ 


187 


.85 


5d 


IH 


12 


235 


.70 


5d 


1J€ 


10 


142 


.75 


6d 


2 


12 


204 


.65 


6d 


2 


9 


103 


.65 



169 



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Wheeling Bright Wire Nails 



FENCE NAILS 



H 



Sizes 



5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



m 


10 


2 


10 


m 


9 


21/2 


9 


2^4 


8 


3 


7 


ZYa 


6 


W2 


5 


4 


4 



142 
124 
92 
82 
62 
50 
40 
30 
23 



Extras over 
Base Price 



.60 
.55 
.45 
.45 
.40 
.40 
.35 
.30 
.25 



Sizes 



4d 
6d 
8d 
lOd 
12d 
16d 
20d 



HINGE NAILS (Lisht) 




Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



2 

3 
3^ 



Extras over 
Base Price 



^» 


82 


$ .95 


A" 


62 


.80 


A*' 


50 


.75 


H' 


25 


.70 


V^ 


23 


.65 


H' 


22 


.60 


y." 


19 


.55 



Annealed nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 



Sizes 



2d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

6d 

7d 

8d 

9d 

lOd 

12d 

16d 

20d 



CLINCH NAILS 

Oval Head— Duckbill Point 



^=fflm 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Noa. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



1 


14 


m 


13 




12 


1% 


12 


2 


11 


2H 


11 


w% 


10 


^H 


10 


3 


9 


ZU 


9 


W2 


8 


4 


7 



710 


$1.55 


429 


1.35 


274 


1.10 


235 


1.00 


157 


.90 


139 


.85 


99 


.80 


90 


.75 


69 


.70 


62 


.65 


49 


.60 


37 


.55 



Annealed nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 

ROUND WIRE SPIKES 

Oval Head — Chisel Point Flat Head — Diamond Point 




Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

No3. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



lOd 


3 


6 


12d 


m 


6 


16d 


3K 


5 


20d 


4 


4 


30d 


W2 


3 


40d 


5 


2 


50d 


5V2 


1 


60d 


6 


1 


7' 


7 


A" 


S" 


8 


3/" 


9" 


9 


w 


10" 


10 


3/" 


12" 


12 


%' 



41 


$ .40 


38 


.35 


30 


.30 


23 


.25 


17 


.25 


13 


,25 


10 


.25 


9 


.25 


7 


.25 


4 


.35 


W2 


.35 


3 


.45 


W2 


.45 



HINGE NAILS (Heavy) 

Chisel or Diamond Point 

Unless otherwise specified Chisel Point Nails will be furnished. In 
ordering Hinge Nails specify whether Oval or Countersunk Head, 
Light or Heavy, Annealed or Bright. 




Countersunk Head — Chisel Point 




Oval Head^ — Diamond Point 





Lengths 


Gauge 




Inches 


Nos. 


4d 


iJ^ 


14' 


6d 


2 


H' 


8d 


2M 


Va 


lOd 


3 




12d 


3M 


%• 


16d 


3}i 


w 


20d 


4 


%" 



Approx. No. Extras over 
to Pound Base Price 



50 
38 
30 
12 
11^ 
10 
9 



.95 
.80 
.75 
.80 
.75 
.70 
.65 



Annealed nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 



CLOUT NAILS 



WFFPmm 



EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge Nos. 



V 

1^" 



15 
14 
14 
14 
13 
13 
13 



prox. r*o, 
> Pound 


Annealed 


Bright 


1160 


$2.65 


$2.40 


808 


2.00 


1.75 


705 


1.80 


1.55 


628 


1.75 


1.50 


423 


1.60 


1.35 


390 


1.50 


1.25 


350 


1.45 


1.20 



170 



j: 




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Wheeling Bright Wire Nalh 



BARBED CAR NAILS (Light) 

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Sizps 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



4d 


114 


12 


274 


$1.05 


5d 


m 


10 


142 


.85 


6d 


2 


10 


124 


.80 


7d 


2H 


9 


92 


.70 


8d 


W2 


9 


82 


.70 


9d 


2H 


8 


62 


.65 


lOd 


3 


8 


57 


.65 


12d 


3^ 


7 


50 


.60 


16d 


3J^ 


7 


43 


.55 


20d 


4 


6 


31 


.50 


30d 


43^ 


6 


28 


.50 


40d 


5 


5 


21 


.50 


50d 


m 


4 


17 


.50 


60d 


6 


4 


15 


.50 



BARBED CAR NAILS (Heavy) 



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When ordering Car Nails specify whether Light or Heavy, Oval or 

Flat Head, Annealed or Bright. 

Bright Nails furnished unless otherwise specified. 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



4d 


13^ 


10 


165 


$ .95 


5d 


1% 


9 


118 


.80 


6d 


2 


9 


103 


.75 


7d 


2H 


8 


76 


.70 


8d 


23^ 


8. 


69 


.70 


9d 


2^ 


7 


54 


.65 


lOd 


3 


7 


50 


.65 


12d 


3^ 


6 


42 


.60 


16d 


3^ 


6 


35 


.55 


20d 


4 


5 


26 


.50 


30d 


43^ 


5 


24 


.50 


40d 


5 


4 


18 


.50 


50d 


5M 


3 


15 


.50 


60d 


6 


3 


13 


.50 




FINE 


NAILS 







Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



9 J /extra 
^^\fine 

2d 
01 /extra 
^^\fine 

3d 



1 


17 


1558 


$2.40 


1 


16^ 


1351 


2.20 


IH 


16 


1015 


2.15 


IH 


15 


778 


1.60 



BARBED DOWELL PINS 



Wf^WWlMPfiWS 



EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 



Lengths 



8 Gauge 



9 Gauge 10 Gauge 11 Gauge 12 Gauge 



Vs" 


$1.75 


$1.90 


$2.00 


$2.20 


$2.45 


H" 


1.50 


1.65 


1.75 


1.90 


2.15 


Ks" 


1.35 


1.50 


1.60 


1.75 


2.00 


1" 


1.25 


1.40 


1.50 


1.65 


1.90 


134" 


1.15 


1.30 


1.40 


1.50 


1.75 


IM" 


1.10 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


1.70 


1^" 


1.05 


1.20 


1.30 


1.40 


1.65 


1^" 


1.00 


1.15 


1.25 


1.35 


1.60 


iVs" 


.95 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 


1.55 


IV4" 


.90 


1.05 


1.15 


1.25 


1.50 


2" 


.85 


1.00 


1.10 


1.20 


1.45 



BARBED BERRY BOX NAILS 

Flat Head with Long Diamond or Needle Point 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



H" 


H 


16 


1500 


$3.05 


Vs" 


% 


16 


1300 


2.80 


V 


1 


16 


1150 


2.60 


134" 


134 


16 


1010 


2.55 


iJi" 


IM 


16 


910 


2.50 


W 


% 


17 


1904 


3.25 


Vb" 


y% 


17 


1584 


3.00 


1" 


1 


17 


1432 


2.80 


IH" 


w% 


17 


1300 


2.75 


IM" 


IM 


17 


1168 


2.70 



Smooth Berry Nails can be furnished at 25 cents per 100 pounds less 
than above. 

SMOOTH FOUNDRY NAILS 




EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 



Lengths 
Inches 



No. 



8 Gauge 
-^-inch 
Head 



No. 9 Gauge 
J^-inch 
Head 



No. 10 Gauge 
H-inch 
Head 



No. 11 Gauge 
j^-inch 
Head 



%" 


$1.60 


$1.70 


$1.80 


$1.90 


Vb" 


1.50 


1.60 


1.70 


1.80 


V 


1.40 


1.50 


1.60 


1.70 


IVb" 


1.35 


1.45 


1.55 


1.65 


IH' 


1.30 


1.40 


1.50 


1.60 


W2 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


1.55 


l%" 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


1.55 


V 


1.20 


1.25 


1.35 


1.45 


214" 


1.15 


1.20 


1.30 


1.40 


234" 


1.15 


1.20 


1.30 


1.40 


2^" 


1.10 


1.15 


1.25 


1.35 


3 " and longer 


1.05 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 



Barbed Foundry Nails, 25 cents per 100 pounds extra. 



171 



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Wheeling Bright Wire Naih 



STANDARD 
BARBED ROOFING NAILS 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



M" 


V4 


13 


714 


$1.55 


y%" 


Vb 


12 


469 


1.30 


V 


1 


12 


411 


1.20 


m" 


IJ^ 


12 


365 


1.10 


IH' 


IM 


11 


251 


.95 


^H" 


m 


11 


230 


.90 


W2' 




10 


176 


.80 


m' 


IH 


10 


151 


.75 


2" 


2 


9 


103 


.65 



ACORN HEAD ROOFING NAILS 



Sizes 



Gauge Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



^}4" 9 98 

1%" 9 87 

2" 9 93 

IH' 10 115 

IM" 10 106 

2" 10 79 



Prices 

on 
request 






LARGE HEAD 
BARBED ROOFING NAILS 




EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 















^-inch 


Lengths 




i^-inch Head 




iV-inch Head 


Head 


Inches 














8Ga. 


9 Ga. W2 Ga. 


10 Ga. 


10 Ga. \W2 Ga. 


11 Ga. 


12 Ga. 


H" 


$1.65 $1.75 $1.80 


$1.95 


$1.85 $2.00 


$2.05 


$1.80 


%" 


1.55 


1.65 1.70 


1.85 


1.75 1.90 


1.95 


1.65 


V 


1.45 


1.55 1.60 


1.75 


1.65 1.80 


1,85 


1.60 


W%' 


1.40 


1.50 1.55 


1.70 


1.60 1.75 


1.80 


1.60 


\%" 


1.35 


1.45 1.50 


1.65 


1.55 1.70 


1.75 


1.50 


1^" 


1.30 


1.40 1.45 


1.60 


1.50 1.65 


1.70 


1.45 


\%' 


1.25 


1.35 1.40 


1.55 


1.45 1.60 


1.65 


1.45 


2" 


1.20 


1.30 1.35 


1.50 


1.40 1.55 


1.60 


1.40 



EXTRA LARGE HEAD 
FELT ROOFING NAILS 



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This style roofing nail effectively meets a long felt want in connec- 
tion with the laying of various kinds of prepared roofing. Special 
features cover Extra Large Checkered Head, very much smaller 
shank, and sharp point. 



Heads 


A' 


A' H' A* 


K2' 


Gauge Nos. 


10>^ 


11 11 12 


12 


Lengths 
Inches 




EXTRAS OVER BASE PRICE 





x<. 


$2.80 


$2.70 


$3.05 


$3.20 


$3.20 


%" 


2.65 


2.60 


2.85 


3.00 


3.00 


V 


2.50 


2.50 


2.65 


2.85 


2.85 


Wb' 


2.30 


2.45 


2.35 


2.80 


2.80 


IH" 


2.25 


2.40 


2.30 


2.75 


2.75 


13^" 


2.20 


2.35 


2.25 


2.70 


2.70 


IM" 


2.15 


2.30 


2.20 


2.65 


2.65 


2" 


2.10 


2.25 


2.15 


2.60 


2.60 



i 



Approximate Number of Bright Large Head 
Roofing Nails to Pound 



Sizes 



%' 1' 1^' iH' iH' m' 



Approximate Number of Bright Extra Large 
Head Felt Roofing Nails to Pound 



Head 
Gauge 



A' 
10}^ 



A" 
11 



1/" 
11 



1^" 

12 



12 



No. 8 — J^"Head 


205 


179 


158 


142 


128 


108 


93 


86 


%" 


244 


240 


282 


343 


335 


No. 9 — K^Head 


252 


219 


193 


173 


156 


131 


113 


100 


14" 


231 


235 


242 


328 


316 


No. 93^— 3^ "Head 


266 


231 


205 


184 


167 


141 


122 


103 


V 


208 


214 


228 


300 


292 


No. 10 —3^" Head 


272 


240 


212 


193 


174 


146 


124 


108 


W%' 


184 


195 


208 


288 


280 


No. 10 —life" Head 


290 


253 


224 


201 


183 


154 


133 


118 


IH" 


172 


186 


197 


264 


260 


No. 103^— j:^" Head 


300 


259 


232 


214 


199 


170 


150 


130 


13^" 


150 


156 


154 


210 


219 


No. 11 --i%"Head 


320 


281 


256 


240 


230 


192 


166 


147 


IH" 


128 


142 


150 


180 


195 


No. 12 -^"Head 


436 


396 


353 


322 


295 


251 


221 


202 


2" 


119 


126 


135 


172 


182 



172 



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Wheeling Bright Wire Nails 



LEAD HEADED NAILS 



ASBESTOS SHINGLE NAILS 



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Standard lengths: 114* 1M» and 2 inches. Can furnish up to 4-inch 
length on special orders. Nails 1^ inches are the most commonly 
used. Approximately IJ^ to 2 pounds are required to apply one 
square of galvanized roofing. It is not necessary to use lead washers 
with lead headed nails. The soft lead head flattens down when the 
nail is driven and tightly seals the nail hole, preventing the seepage 
of water. 

Wheeling Lead Headed Nails are manufactured by the "Hot Cast" 
process, which means that the lead is cast on over an Oval Head, 
Needle Point Bright Nail, and completely covers it. 

Only pure, virgin lead is used. 

The lead on Wheeling Lead Headed Nails does not fracture under 
hammer blows, thereby eliminating the possibility of corrosion 
caused by moisture gathering between the lead and steel nail. The 
seal between the lead and steel is perfect, thereby assuring a perfect 
steel roof fastener. 

Note the needle point which sharply punctures the steel — does not 
fracture it. 




Asbestos shingle nails are manufactured from llj^-gauge wire in 
lengths listed below and have needle points. Heads are smooth and 
well formed, approximately Jf " in diameter. The shank is barbed 
from head to point. These nails are usually specified Zinc Coated 
Hot Process. In addition to the advances listed below it will be 
necessary to add the extra for zinc coating when the nails are so 
specified. 
These nails are sometimes specified as Barbed Slaters' Nails. 

Len^hs ^^f^f r^^r^ "' Extras over 
J^ ^"erPo^nd' ^^^ Price 

1 280 $1.75 

IK 260 1.75 

^H 243 1.65 

13^ 195 1.60 

1^ 167 1.60 

2 142 1.55 



SANITARY BLUED LATH NAILS 



GUTTER SPIKES 



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Oval Head Chisel Point — Flat Head Diamond Point 

Sizes 

6 xM' 

7 xji' 

8 xM' 

9 xj^*' Prices on request 

10 xM" 

lOMxM" 

7 X No. 5 gauge 

8 X No. 5 gauge 
7 X No. 6 gauge 
7 X A' 

7 X No. 8 gauge 



Sizes 



Lengths 

Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No, 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



2d Light 


1 


17 


1560 


$2.75 


2d 


1 


163^ 


1351 


2.55 


3d Light 


IVs 


16 


1015 


2.50 


3d 


IH 


15 


778 


1.95 



SPECIAL EXTRAS ON 
WHEELING BRIGHT WIRE NAILS 

Annealed Nails per 100 lbs.$0.25 

Blued Nails per 100 lbs. .35 

Barbed Nails per 100 lbs. .25 

Special Heads .per 100 lbs. .15 

Special Points. . per 100 lbs. .15 

Zinc Coated — Hot Process per 100 lbs. 2.00 

Zinc Coated — Electro Process per 100 lbs. 2.00 

All extras herein mentioned are subject to change without notice. 



173 



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Wheeling Wire Staples 

Bright or Zinc Coated 



FENCE STAPLES 




Lengths 






2^'. 



Approxiraafe 
No. to Pound 



152 

120 

108 

96 

87 
72 
65 
58 
47 
40 



Made of No, 9 gauge wire base price 

Made of No. 8 gauge wire. 25 cts. per 100 lbs. extra 

Made of No. 10 gauge wire 20 cts. per 100 lbs. extra 

Made of No. 11 gauge wire 30 cts. per 100 lbs. extra 

Made of No. 12 gauge wire 45 cts. per 100 lbs. extra 

Made of No. 13 gauge wire. ...... .65 cts. per 100 lbs. extra 

Staples longer than 23^ inches and up to 3 inches, 50 cents per 100 

pounds extra. Cannot furnish staples longer than 3 inches. 

Annealed staples same price as bright. 

Barbed staples, 25c per 100 lbs. extra. 

Blued staples, 50c per 100 lbs. extra. 

Oiling staples, 15c per 100 lbs. extra. 

Packed in kegs. Net weight 100 pounds. 



00 



HOOP STAPLES 



Made from No. 14 gauge zinc coated wire. 

Packed in kegs. 

Net weight 100 pounds. 



lengths 
Inches 



Gauge No. ^l^^^^ 



14 
14 



610 

568 




METAL LATH STAPLES 

Blued, bright or zinc coated. 
Made from No. 14 gauge wire. 

Sizes: 1^13^MMMH^ 

Packed in kegs. Net weight 100 pounds. 



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BLUED HOOP FASTENERS 



POULTRY NETTING STAPLES 



Made from No. 14 zinc 

coated wire. 

Packed in kegs. 

Net weight 100 pounds. 






_ 




i 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge Nos. ^PP-^-^, 



H' 14 480 

Vs" 14 416 

1" 14 352 



102 to pound 

l"long 
No. 6 gauge 



212 to pound 
A" long 

No. 9 gauge 



308 to pound 

3^" long 
No. 103^ gauge 



976 to pound 
Vs" long 

No. 13 gauge 



HOOK HEAD METAL LATH NAILS 




RIBBON WIRE STAPLES 

Bright or zinc coated. 

Made from 8, 9, or 10-gauge wire. 

Sizes: 1M^ IH", IM". 2". 

Packed in kegs. Net weight 100 pounds. 




This is a 1 3^ x 12 bright smooth nail with 
a long, thin, fiat head especially suited for 
applying metal lath. Can also be furnished 
blued or zinc coated and in other lengths. 
Approximate count per pound, blued or 
bright, 278; zinc coated, 213. 



174 



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Wheeling Cement Coated Wire Nails 



CEMENT coated nails have approximately twice the 
holding power of bright nails. They are, therefore, 
made in a varied assortment of special sizes and types 
for specific nailing requirements. Shipping boxes and 
crates are best secured against the hardships of travel 
with special cement coated nails. 

Siding, flooring, plaster board, shingles, and other roof- 



ing materials can be nailed advantageously with the 
right wire nail, cement coated. 

Wheeling Cement Coated Nails are made from Basic 
Open Hearth Steel. All processes from mining of the 
ore to the finished product are controlled by the one 
company. Quality and uniformity in raw material and 
finished product are thereby assured. 



COMMON NAILS 



EGG CASE NAILS 



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These nails have large flat heads and are sometimes referred to as 
Coolers. Principal uses are for making crates, boxes, framing, and 
similar purposes. This nail can be used very satisfactorily in auto- 
matic nailing machines and for hand driving in soft woods. 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



2d 


1 


16 


1084 


$2.40 


3d 


1^ 


15H 


848 


1.90 


4d 


IVs 


14 


488 


1.55 


5d 


m 


133^ 


364 


1.35 


6d 


VA 


13 


275 


1.15 


7d 


23^ 


123^ 


212 


.90 


8d 


2^ 


ny2 


142 


.75 


9d 


2^ 


113^ 


130 


.75 


lOd 


2J/8 


11 


104 


.65 



COMMON NAILS 
WITH COUNTERSUNK HEADS 

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These nails have the same general characteristics as common nails, 
and are sometimes referred to as Sinkers. Used for the same general 
purposes. The countersunk heads make it possible to use this nail 
for hand driving in hard woods, as the heads do not break or fly off. 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



2d 


1 


16 


1084 


$2.40 


3d 


m 


153^ 


848 


1.90 


4d 


w% 


14 


488 


1.55 


6d 


\% 


133^ 


364 


1.35 


6d 


VA 


13 


275 


1.15 


7d 


23/8 


i2y2 


212 


.90 


8d 


23/8 


\W<i 


142 


.75 


9d 


Ws 


1W2 


130 


.75 


lOd 


VA 


11 


104 


.65 


12d 


Ws 


10 


77 


.55 


16d 


SH 


9 


61 


.45 


20d 


m 


7 


37 


.35 


30d 


4M 


6 


29 


.35 


40d 


w^ 


5 


21 


.35 


60d 


5^ 


4 


16 


.35 


60d 


5% 


3 


13 


.35 



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These nails are recommended for egg case work and are specially 
made for this purpose. 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



2d 
3d 

4d 



1 



16 
15 
14 



1050 

738 
435 



$2.65 
2.15 
1.80 



BOX NAILS 



\ 



mm 



These nails are lighter gauge than the common or countersunk nails, 
but where substitution can safely be made, advantage is gained by 
reason of larger number to the keg. These nails are particularly 
suited for automatic nailing machine use. 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



2d 


1 


16H 


1300 


$2.55 


3d 


W% 


16 


950 


2.05 


4d 


w% 


153^ 


710 


1.90 


5d 


w% 


15 


536 


1.70 


6d 


1% 


133^ 


306 


1.30 


7d 


w% 


13^ 


268 


1.20 


8d 


w^ 


12^ 


186 


1.00 


9d 


2% 


12^ 


167 


1.00 


lOd 


2A 


IIH 


118 


.90 



ORANGE BOX NAILS 



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For Western Orange Box and other fruit package use. 
Special Note: — Orange Box Nails, instead of regular 4d box nails, 
are supplied on Pacific Coast orders, unless such orders specifically 
instruct to the contrary. Dealers and users elsewhere must specify 
on order when 4d Orange Box Nails are desired. 



4d 



Length 
Inches 



Gauge 
No. 

15 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 

679 



Extra over 
Base Price 

$2.00 



175 



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APPLE BOX NAILS 



Sizes 



I-«ngths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras oyer 
Base Price 



HEAVY BARBED CAR NAILS 



Oval Heads furnished unless Flat Heads are specified. 



5d 

53^d 



1% 



14 

14 



418 



$1.50 
1.40 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 
Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



FRUIT BOX NAILS 



For Southern Orange Boxes, pineapple and other fruit packages. 
Special Note: — When Fruit Box Nails instead of the regular 4d 
Box are required, distinctly so specify on orders. 



Size 



Length 
Inches 



Gauge 
No. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extra over 
Base Price 



4d 



IH 






15 



623 



$1.95 



4d 


iy2 


11 


274 


$1.20 


5d 


IH 


10 


138 


1.00 


6d 


2 


10 


117 


.95 


7d 


2H 


9 


85 


.85 


8d 


W2 


9 


78 


.75 


9d 


m 


8 


62 


.75 


lOd 


3 


8 


55 


.70 


12d 


3}^ 


7 


44 


.65 


16d 


W2 


7 


38 


.60 


20d 


4 


6 


29 


.50 


30d 


m 


%. 


26 


.50 


40d 


5 


5 


20 


.50 


50d 


5^ 


4 


15 


.50 


60d 


6 


4 


14 


.50 



VENEER BOX NAILS 

1 



lo- 



used for Orange Boxes without hoops. 



Size 



Length 
Inches 



Gauge 

No. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extra over 
Base Price 



LIGHT BARBED CAR NAILS 



Oval Heads furnished unless Flat Heads are specified. 



4d 



W2 



14 



435 



$1.95 



Sizes 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



HEAVY RAILROAD NAILS 



Approx. No. 

to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



These nails are sometimes referred to 
Corkers. 



as Extra Countersunk. Also 



Lengths 
Inches 



Gauge 

Nos. 



Approx. No. 
to Pound 



Extras over 
Base Price 



4d 


IV2 


5d 


1% 


6d 


2 


7d 


2M 


8d 


23^ 


9d 


2% 


lOd 


3 


12d 


3M 


16d 


W2 


20d 


4 


30d 


4^ 


40d 


5 


50d 


53^ 


60d 


6 



13 
11 
11 
10 
10 
9 



7 
7 
6 
5 
5 



335 


$1.35 


176 


1.05 


149 


1.00 


103 


.85 


96 


.75 


74 


.75 


65 


.70 


51 


.70 


48 


.65 


36 


.50 


31 


.50 


24 


.50 


17 


.50 


16 


.50 



2d 


1 


16 


1084 


$2.40 


3d 


IM 


15 


678 


1.80 


4d 




13^ 


392 


1.50 


5d 


15^ 


133^ 


364 


1.35 


6d 


VA 


12>^ 


232 


1.05 


7d 


23^ 


12M 


212 


.90 


8d 


2^ 


11 


129 


.70 


9d 


2% 


11 


114 


.70 


lOd 


2K 


10 


84 


.60 


12d 


Ws 


10 


77 


.55 


16d 


Ws 


9 


59 


.45 


20d 


SVs 


7 


36 


.35 


30d 


m 


6 


27 


.35 


40d 


^Vs 


5 


21 


.35 


50d 


5^ 


4 


16 


.35 


60d 


5^ 


3 


12 


.35 



Special Extras on 

WHEELING CEMENT COATED NAILS 

Where special features mentioned below are not distinctly provided 
for in the catalogue, add the following to the Regular Extras: 

Annealing $0.25 per 100 lbs. 

Barbing 0.25 per 100 lbs. 

All extras herein mentioned are subject to change without notice. 



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THE experience of 79 
years in the making 
of nails is responsible 
for the world's accept- 
ance of Wheeling La- 
Belle Cut Nails as the 
standard of quality. 

LaBelle Cut Nails are 

a Wheeling product — 

made "from mine to 

market" under a single 

management to a single 

standard of perfection. 

With all sources of raw materials under one 

ownership and control LaBelle Cut Nails are 

produced with unvarying uniformity. 

Soundly designed and painstakingly manufac- 
tured, Wheeling LaBelle Cut Nails have con- 
sistently held the leading position they began 
to earn in 1852. Heavier than their younger 




Wheeling LaBelle Cut Nails 
Since 1852 



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Wheeling LaBelle Cut Nail Machines 

brothers, the commonly used wire nails, and 
more expensive to make, they have attained 
ever-increasing popularity because of firmer 
holding qualities and accompanying economy 



through the more spar- 
ing use which they 
make possible. 

Special LaBelle Cut Nails 

In view of very large 
capacity for manufac- 
turing cut nails, facil- 
ities are adequate to 
produce not only all 
the standard sizes, but 
also any special cut nail 
which can be made on 
a nail machine. Sub- 
mit your samples or working drawings. 



Zinc Coated Cut Nails — Hot and Electro Process 
By special Wheeling processes an even coating 
of protective zinc is given to the entire surface 
of Wheeling LaBelle Cut Nails when ordered. 
Coatings are uniform and superior in quality. 

Shipping 

Packing — The sturdy blue hooped Wheeling LaBelle 
Nail Keg is known the world around. Net weight 
full keg 100 pounds, half keg 50 pounds. 

Domestic Trade — Convenient warehouse facilities 
assure prompt shipment of standard sizes. 

Export Trade — We ship to every country on the globe. 
Only extra secure kegs are used. 




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ACTUAL SIZES OF 
Wheelins LaBelle Cut Nails 

Common Nails 
(For Advances over Base Price see page 179) 

THE use of the terms, six-penny, eight- 
penny, etc., to designate certain arbitrary 
sizes of nails is not always understood. 
Originally in the fifteenth century they de- 
noted the price per hundred. Their orig- 
inal significance, however, was lost in the 
fluctuation of prices, but was retained to 
denote sizes. 

Because of the complete equipment of 
Wheeling Cut Nail Factories all the stand- 
ard sizes are available at all times. Special 
nails, when needed in large quantity, can be 
quickly supplied provided they come within 
the range of automatic nail-making ma- 
chines. Send samples or working drawings 
for quotations. 




60d 
6 inch 



63^-inch 



80d 
7-inch 



90d 
73^- inch 



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lOOd 
8-inch 



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lOd 
3-inch 



9d 
2M-mch 



20d 
4- inch 



30d 
4J4-inch 



40d 
5-inch 



50d 
























I 


5^-inch 






















1 






COMMON 


NAILS 






















Lengths 


Advances 


Lengths 


Advances 


1 


Sizes 


in 
Inches 


over 
Base Price 


Sizes in 

Inches 


over 
Base Price 


















2d 


1 


$1.75 


16d 334 


$0.30 




3d 


VA 


1.45 


20d 4 


.25 


















33^d 


m 


1.25 


30d 43^ 


.25 


















4d 


W2 


1.00 


40d 5 


.25 








I 










5d 


iM 


.75 


50d 5H 


.25 


















6d 


2 


.60 


60d 6 


.25 


















7d 


2^ 


.55 


70d m 


.35 


















8d 


w% 


.50 


80d 7 


.35 


















9d 


2% 


.50 


90d 73^ 


.35 


















lOd 


3 


.40 


lOOd 8 


.35 


















12d 


3M 


.35 






8d 


7d 


6d 


5d 


4d 


W2^ 


3d 




16d and heavier have Rose Heads. 






2d 


12d and 


shorter ] 


bave Flat Heads. 






2^^ 


2M'' 


2" 


IM^ 


W2'' 


m" 


IK" 


1" 



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Wheeling LaBelle Hardened Cut Nails 
for Hardwood Floors 



IN THE application of hard- 
wood floors every nail that 
bends must be extracted. Pull- 
ing nails from oak is no easy 
task^ — it requires a hard pull 
with a stout claw hammer to 
say nothing of good and val- 
uable time. 

In providing Wheehng LaBelle 
Hardened Cut Nails for use in 
hardwoods, the saving of car- 
penter's time and the saving 
of nails were considered as 
matters of economy and therefore as the ulti- 
mate requisites of such nails. They were per- 
fected before they were placed on the market. 
In practical use it will be found that their 
points bite into the wood under a shght blow 
and they "go home" quickly, straight and 
true. They have the right degree of hardness 
without undue brittleness — they can be brok- 
en if you set out to break them but they 
cannot be bent. One of our customers, who was 




This illustrates the driving of Wheeling 

LaBelle Hardened Cut Nails through 

solid steel 3^-inch thick. (Slightly reduced 

from actual size) 



building a house, walked in on 
the job and found the carpen- 
ter putting down a hardwood 
floor, using wire nails of which 
one in every three or four 
would bend. This man went 
back to his store and brought 
out a quantity of Wheeling 
Hardened Cut Flooring Nails, 
gave them to the carpenter 
who was utterly amazed at 
the difference in results. Not 
only did these nails drive per- 
fectly but drew the joints together tightly and 
the flooring laid with these nails had an entirely 
different appearance from the part laid with 
ordinary wire nails. It is experience like this 
that proves the value of these exceptional nails. 
Wheeling LaBelle Hardened Cut Nails are of- 
fered with the full knowledge that they meet 
every requirement for hardwood flooring ap- 
plication and a superior nail for the purpose 
would be diflScult to conceive. 



Sizes . Lengths 

in Inches 

3d IM 

4d \y2 

5d IJ^ 

6d 2 

7d 2M 

8d 2H 

9d 2% 

lOd 3 

12d 3M 

16d zSa 

20d /^ 

30d ^iz 

40d 5 

Prices on request. 



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FENCE AND SHEATHING NAILS 



SHINGLE NAILS 



Sizes 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



2d 1 $1.75 

3d 1^ 1.55 

33^d 1% 1.35 

4d 13^ 1.10 

5d 1% .75 

6d 2 .60 





Fence Nail 


Sheathing Nail 




^ Lengths 
Sizes ID 
Inches 


Advances 

over 
Base Price 


Lengths 
Sizes in 

Inches 


Advances 

over 
Base Price 


5d m 

6d 2 
7d 2Ji 
8d 2H 

9d 2H 


$0.75 
.60 
.55 

.50 
.50 


lOd 3 
12d 3M 
16d 3H 
20d 4 


$0.40 

.35 

.30 
.25 


I 


1 FINE FINISHING NAILS 




1 Sizes 




Lengths 
in Inches 


Advances over 
Base Price 



3d 1}4 $2.00 

4d VA 1.80 

5d 1% 1.50 

6d 2 1.20 

7d 2}4 .95 

8d 23^ .85 

9d 2% .85 

lOd 3 .70 



ANNEALED 
LIGHT BARREL AND LINING NAILS 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



% 
1 

iM 

W2 



$3.00 
2.75 
2.50 
2.25 
2.00 
1.75 
1.50 



Lining 
NaU 



Light 
Barrel 



CASING, FLOORING, BOX AND 
FINISHING NAILS 




Casing 
Nail 



Flooring Nail 
N. Y. Pattern 



Box 

NaU* 



Finishing Nails 
N.Y. Pat.— Southern Pat. 



Sizes 



Lengths in 
Inches 



Advances 

over 
Base Price 



3d 114 

4d 11^ 

5d 1% 

6d 2 

7d 24 

8d 23^ 

9d 2M 

lOd 3 

12d 334 

16d 33^ 

20d , 4 

30d . . . 43^ 

40d 5 

*Furnished in 3d to 20d only. 



$1.70 

1.40 

1.30 

1.00 

.75 

.65 

.65 

.45 

.40 

.35 

.30 

.30 

.30 



FINE NAILS 



Sizes 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



2d 1 $2.25 

3d 13^ 2.00 

4d \% 1.80 



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SLATING NAILS 



ANNEALED CLINCH NAILS 



cj. Lengths 

3d VA 

3i^d 1^ 

4d W% 

5d Wa. 

6d 2 



Advances over 
Base Price 



$1.25 

1.15 

1.00 

.75 

.65 



ANNEALED HOOP NAILS 



Sizes 



lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



3^ $2.65 

y% 2.00 

1 1.80 

\y% 1.65 

\y^ 1.55 

13^ 1.35 

IM 1-25 

\y% 1.15 

2 1.10 



lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



IJi $1.55 

\yi 1.35 

1^ 1.25 

IK 1-15 

2 1.10 

2M 105 

23/^ 1.00 

23^ 1.00 

3 .90 

3M -85 

Zy^ .85 

4 .80 



ROOFING AND COTTAGE NAILS 




Sizes 



Roofing 

Nail 



Lengths 

in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



^4 

% 

2d 1 

2}^d . \y% 

3d 1^ 

^ ,, 33^d 1^ 

Cottage 4^^ 11/ 

Nail ^^ ll- 



$2.25 
2.00 
1.75 
1.65 
1.55 
1.35 
1.10 



ANNEALED CLOUT NAILS 



Sizes 



2d 

23^d 

3d 

4d 

5d 

5j^d 

6d 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



Va. 


$2.65 


H 


2.00 


1 


1.80 


iVs 


1.65 


IH 


1.55 


m 


1.35 


\% 


1.25 


V/h 


1.15 


2 


1.10 



BARREL AND COOPER NAILS 



Sizes 



Sizes 



Lengths 
in Inches 



H 

Vs 

2d 1 

2J^d 1>^ 

3d IM 

3Md 1^ 

Common 4.^ IJ^ 

Barrel Nail 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



$2.25 
2.00 
1.90 
1.75 
1.45 
1.15 
1.00 



Advances over 
Base Price 



U $2.65 

H 2.00 

2d 1 1.80 

23^d lys 1.65 

3d IH 1.55 

^ 33^d m 1.40 

C^- 4d IH 1-35 



ANNEALED HINGE NAILS 



Sizes 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



6d 2 $1.10 

7d 2H 105 

8d 21^ 1.00 

9d 2^ 1.00 

lOd 3 .90 

12d m -85 

16d 33^ .85 

20d 4 .80 



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WAREHOUSE OR LARGE 
COOPER NAILS 


Sizes 


Lengths 
in Inches 


Advances ov'^er 
Base Price 


5d 
6d 
7d 
8d 
9d 
lOd 


m 

2 

2H 

2}^ 

:::::::::: T' 


$0.75 
.60 
.55 
.50 
.50 
.40 


12d 


dU 


35 









ANNEALED FIRE DOOR 
CLINCH NAILS 



Sizi 



Lengths 
in Inches 



Advances over 
Base Price 



6d 2 $2.00 

7d 2M 1.95 

8d 2}4 1.90 

9d 2% 1.80 

lOd 3 1.70 





BOAT NAILS 




Sizes 


Lengths Advances over 


in Inches 


Base Price 




Vs 


$2.25 


2d 


1 


2.00 


3d 


IM 


1.55 


4d 


13^ 


1.35 


5d 


m 


1.25 


6d 


2 


1.10 


7d 


2M 


1.05 


8d 


2^ 


1.00 


9d 


2M 


1.00 


lOd 


3 


.90 


12d 


3M 


.85 


16d 


m 


.80 


20d 


4 


.80 




^H 


.80 


SOd 


W% 


.80 


40d 


5 


.80 


50d 


W2 


.80 


60d 


6 


.80 



LaBelle 
Standard 



COMMON NAILS 
Chisel Point 



(,. Lengths 

^^^^^ in Inches 

6d 2 

7d 2y^ 

8d 21^ 

9d 2Ji 

lOd 3 



Advances over 
Base Price 



.75 
.70 
.70 
.60 



LARGE 


FLAT 


HEAD 


FOUNDRY NAILS 




Lengths 


Advances over 




in Inches 


Base Price 


6d 


2 


$0.60 


7d 


2M 


.55 


8d 


W2 


.50 


9d 


2% 


.50 


lOd 


3 


.40 


12d 


3M 


.35 


16d 


3J^ 


.30 


20d 


4 


.25 


30d 


4^ 


.25 


40d 


5 


.25 


50d 


5^ 


.25 


60d 


6 


.25 



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CUT SPIKES 

Lengths — 4 to 8 inches, inclusive. 
Advance over base price, all sizes 25c. 



BOAT SPIKES 

Lengths — 3 to 8 inches inclusive. 
Thickness — 34 to % inch inclusive. 
Advance over base price, all sizes . . 



$0.75 






SPECIAL CUT NAILS 

TOBACCO WAREHOUSE NAILS 
TOBACCO BOX NAILS 
LARGE COOPER NAILS 

Facilities are such that any style or size of cut nails 
may be made to sample. 



HARDENED CUT NAILS 

Hardened Nails may be supplied in any size from 
1 to 6 inches on special order. Prices quoted upon 
receipt of described requirements. 



SPECIAL EXTRAS ON WHEELING LABELLE 
CUT NAILS 

Annealed Nails per 100 lbs. $0.25 

Blued Nails per 100 lbs. .35 

Zinc Coated — Electro Process per 100 lbs. 1.75 

Zinc Coated — Hot Process, 1 inch and longer per 100 lbs. 2.25 

Zinc Coated — Hot Process, shorter than 1 inch per 100 lbs. 2.50 

50-pound Kegs per 100 lbs. .20 

25-pound Packing per 100 lbs. 1.00 

Head lining Kegs — Cleating Kegs , .per 100 lbs. .05 

All extras herein mentioned are subject to change without notice 



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Trunk Nails 

Bright or Blued 



Basket Nails 

Bright or Blued 



Clout Nails 

Bright or Blued 



Lengths 1^" 11^" 1" 3^" 

List Prices per 100 pounds 

25-lb. Wood Boxes $30.50 $30.95 $31.25 $32.85 

100-lb.Kegs 27.25 27.70 28.00 29.60 

25-lb. Wood Boxes 32.35 33.10 34.50 35.45 

1004b. Kegs 29.10 29.85 31.25 32.20 

25-lb. Wood Boxes 31.25 32.20 33.85 34.70 

100-lb.Kegs 28.00 28.95 30.60 31.45 



%" 



$33.35 $34.35 
30.10 31.10 



37.15 
33.90 



36.15 
32.90 



39.25 
36.00 



37.25 
34.00 



Shingle Nails 

Bright or Blued 



Sizes 
Lengths 


3d 

1^" 


3Hd 


4d 

1^" 


5d 


Advances per Keg over Base Price 


$2.15 


$2.05 


$1.95 


$1.85 



Bill Posters Tacks 

Carpet Tacks 
Upholsterers Tacks 

Trimmers Tacks 
Basket Tacks 
Trunk Tacks 



WHEELING LABELLE CUT TACKS 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. , . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
1004b. Kegs. . . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



Bright or Blued 



Lengths 
Size Nos. 


14 


16 

12 


10 


8 


6 


A' 
4 


3 


A' 






List Prices per 


100 pounds 











$30.25 
27.00 

33.50 
30.25 

33.50 
30.25 

34.50 
31.25 

36.85 
33.60 

33.90 
30.65 



$30.70 
27.45 

34.05 
30.80 

34.05 
30.80 

35.75 
32.50 

39.05 
35.80 



$31.05 
27.80 

35.20 
31.95 

35.75 

32.50 

36.85 
33.60 

39.50 
36.25 

35.50 
32.25 



$31.35 
28.10 

35.75 
32.50 

37.30 
34.05 

38.95 
35.70 

40.55 
37.30 

36.55 
33.30 



$31.65 
28.40 

37.45 
34.20 

39.55 
36.30 

41.05 
37.80 

44.70 
41.45 

37.85 
34.60 



$34.05 
30.80 

39.25 
36.00 

41.85 
38.60 

46.00 

42.75 

47.10 
43.85 



$36.80 
33.55 

41.10 
37.85 

44.35 
41.10 

51.70 

48.45 

55.30 
52.05 



$39.30 
36.05 



54.20 
50.95 

55.05 
51.80 



Gimp Tacks 
Lace Tacks 



Lengths 
Size Nos. 



12 



11 n 
10 



4 



2^ 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



25-lb. Wood Boxes 
100-lb.Kegs. . . 



$35.30 
32.05 

40.20 
36.95 



$41.25 
38.20 



$37.55 $38.05 $45.35 
34.30 34.80 42.10 



42.60 
39.35 



47.25 
44.00 



49.30 
46.05 



$46.30 $57.20 $63.20 
43.05 53.95 59.95 



54.20 
50.95 



58.35 
55.10 



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Wheeling Hand-Dipped Metalware 

MADE OF 

COP-R-LOY 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 




The nationally advertised, nationally accepted standard of Pails, 
Tubs, Ash and Garbage Cans, Rubbish Burners, Coal Hods, Fire 
Shovels, Oil Cans, Gasoline Cans, Portable Ovens, and other every- 
day essentials for home, farm, and industrial uses. Wheeling Metal- 
ware, the only kind made of COP-R-LOY and Hand-Dipped in 



pure molten zinc, is identified by the Wheeling registered Red 
Label, the most widely known trademark on metalware in America. 
To secure this fast selling line inquiries should be directed to the 
nearest Wheeling warehouse or to the main office. Shipments are 
made promptly from stock. 



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Wheeling One-Piece Corrugated Riveted Culvert Pipe 




Pure Zinc Coated (Galvanized) — Guaranteed Full 2 Oz. Coating 

For use in public roads, state and national highways, streets, turnpikes, drive- 
ways, farm entrances, drainage ditches, steam and electric railway lines. Also 
for storm sewers, conduits, manhole casings, well and cistern casings, conveyor 
pipes, exhaust and drain pipes, telegraph, telephone, and power line pole sleeves. 



MADE from several analyses of base metal and sup- 
plied in a full range of sizes and gauges, Wheeling 
Culverts are built to conform to the most rigid stand- 
ards and requirements of various county, state, govern- 
ment, and railroad specifications. 

Wheeling Culverts are purchased by many State High- 
way Departments and have been used in some of the 
most important road projects of the country. 



With fabricating facilities at Martins Ferry, Ohio; 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Chattanooga, Tennessee; 
Richmond, Virginia; Kansas City, Missouri; Minneap- 
olis, Minnesota; Des Moines, Iowa, and St. Louis, 
Missouri, culverts may be supplied in any quantity 
to all parts of the country. 

Prices will be quoted promptly on receipt of specifica- 
tions. 




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Page 

Angle Edge Eaves Trough 82 

Angle Ridge Cap 94 

Bale Ties I55 

Barbed Roofing Nails 54,172 

Barbed Wire 162,163 

Black Sheets 20 to 24 

Branches of Wheeling Corrugating Company . . . 6, 7 

Building Materials, etc.: 

Arch Lath 124, 125 

Ash-pit and Clean-out Doors 146 

Bar-X-Lath 129,130 

Bar-Rib Lath 131 

Base Screeds 138 

Base Screed Fittings 138 

Batten Strips 144 

Burial Vault Mesh 135 

Channels 136 

Coal Doors . 146 

Corner Beads 137 

Corner Bead Clips 139 

Corner Lath 136 

Corner Shields 145 

Corrugated Self -Furring Metal Lath 134 

Diamond Mesh Expanded Metal Lath 128 

Diamond Mesh Expanded Metal Lath (Hand- 
Dipped Zinc Coated) 126, 127 

Flat Rib Metal Lath, 2-mesh. 132 

Flat Rib Metal Lath, 3-mesh 132 

Half-Mitre for Bull Nose Corner Bead .... 138 

Lather's Tie Wire 136 

Metal Lath Nails 136 

Metal Lath Staples 136 

Mortar and Brick Hods 147 

Nailock System for Ceilings and Partitions 142, 143 

Pencil Rod Furring 136 

Picture Mold I39 

Rib Metal Lath, 3^-inch 133 

Strip Lath 136 

Stucco Mesh I35 

Stucco Furring Nails 136 

Wall Ties . . 139 

Wall Plugs 139 

Welded Wire Fabric 140, 141 

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Page 

Ceiling, Beaded 49 

Ceilings, Steel 98 to 106 

Coke Plates, Heater and Furnace Pipe 59 

Coke Tin Plate 59 

Conductor Elbows and Shoes 79,80 

Conductor Pipe 77 78 

Conductor Pipe Fittings. 81 

Conductor Pipe Fittings — Special 78 

COP-R-LOY 13 

Corner Finish, Stone 48 

Corrugated Sheets 30 to 37 

Awning 51 

Cross Corrugated 36, 37 

Curved Corrugated 50 to 53 

Elevator 37 

Grave Arches 51 

"U" Curved Arches 51 

Cross Crimped Sheets, ^^-inch 49 

Culvert Pipe, Corrugated 187 

Curved Sheets, Table for Computing Lengths . 52, 53 

Eaves Trough 82, 83 

Eaves Trough Fittings 84,85 

Eaves Trough Hangers . 86, 87 

Elbows and Shoes, Conductor 79, 80 

Elbows, Stove Pipe 114 115 

Elevator Sheets 37 

Fence, COP-R-LOY 148 

Close Mesh Hog and Field 151 

Close Mesh Poultry and Chick 154 

Double Picket Lawn 155 

Hog and Field 149 

Horse, Cattle and Sheep 150 

Lawn 155,156 



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Page 

Poultry, Rabbit and Garden 153 

Single Picket Lawn, 3-inch 156 

Texas Wolf Proof 152 

Finials 

Ridge Roll 95 

Fire Door Terne Plate. . 58 

Fireproof Building Materials 123 to 147 

(For complete index see "Building Materials") 

Fittings 

Conductor Pipe 78, 81 

Corrugated Roofing 38, 39 

Eaves Trough 84,85 

Metal Shingle 76 

Spanish Metal Tile 66,67 

Flashing, End Wall, Corrugated 38 

Flashing Hooks 64 

Flashing, Side Wall, Corrugated 38 

Flashings, Zinc Coated 45 

Flashing, Terne 64 

Flower Bed Border and Trellis . 159 

Formed Valleys 91 

Furnace Pipe, Nested 118,119,122 

Furnace Pipe Adjustable Elbows 120 to 122 

Furnace Pipe Angles 120 to 122 

Furnace Pipe Tee Joints 122 

Gambrel Filler, Corrugated 39 

Gates, Fence 157,158 

Gutters, Ogee, Box, and Roof 92, 93 

Hot Rolled Annealed Sheets 20 to 24 

Lead Headed Nails 54,173 

Lead Washers 54 

Lean-to Filler, Corrugated 39 

Long Terne Sheets 60,61 

Metalware, COP-R-LOY Hand-Dipped 186 



Page 

Metal Shingles 72 to 76 

Instructions for Applying 75 

Special Ridge Finish 76 

Special Valley 76 

Eaves Drip or Gable End Finish 76 

Nails, Bright Wire 167 to 173 

Nails, Cement Coated Wire ........ 175, 176 

Nails, Cut 177 to 185 

Nails, Hardened Cut 180 

Nails, Tack Machine Cut 185 

Nested Furnace Pipe 118, 119, 122 

Nested Stove Pipe ... 107 to 113 

Ornamental Gates 

Double Drive 157 

Single Drive 157 

Walk 158 

Ornamental Roof Trimmings 96,97 

Overhang Section, Corrugated 39 

Pilaster, Stone 48 

Prime Coke Plates . 59 

Ridge Roll, Corrugated 38 

Ridge Roll, Crimped 94 

Ridge Roll, Plain 94 

Ridge Roll Finials 95 

Roll Valley, Terne 63 

Roll Valley, Zinc Coated 45 

Roof Gutters 92,93 

Roof Trimmings, Ornamental . . . . . . . . 96, 97 

Roofing Buttons 54 

Roofing Fittings, Corrugated 

End Wall Flashing 38 

Gambrel Filler 39 

Lean-to Filler 39 

Overhang Section 39 

Ridge Roll 38 

Side Wall Flashing 38 



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Page 
Roofing Nails 54,172,173 

Roofing Ternes. 55 to 58 

Roofings, Corrugated 

Corrugated Sheets, Profiles 34, 35 

Corrugated Sheets, Sizes 30 to 33 

Cross Corrugated Sheets 36,37 

Elevator Sheets 37 

Measurements Required for Ordering .... 27, 28 

Table of Sheets per Square . 29 

Table of Square Feet per Sheet 29 

Roofings, Pressed Standing Seam 42 

Roofings, Roll and Cap 44 

Roofings, Self -Capping Roll 43 

Roofings, Terne Roll 62 

Roofings, V-Crimp 40, 41 

Sidings, Beaded 49 

Sidings, Corrugated 31,33 

Sidings 

Pressed Brick 46 

Rock Face Brick 46 

Rock Face Stone 47 

Weatherboard 47 

Shanks and Circles . . . : 88 to 90 

Sheet and Plate Iron and Steel 

U. S. Standard Gauge 24 

Sheets 

Blued Stove Pipe. 24 

Hot Rolled Annealed 20 to 24 

Long Terne 60 

Special 24 

Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 15 to 19 

Spanish Metal Tile 65 to 71 

Fittings 66,67 

Instructions for Applying 68 to 71 

Staples, Wire 174 

Steel Ceilings 98 to 106 

Steel Fence Posts 160 

Steel Fence Post Accessories 161 



Page 

Stove Pipe Elbows 

Adjustable 114 

Method of Packing 115 

One-Piece Corrugated 114 

Stove Pipe Fittings 

Adjustable Flue Thimbles 116 

Collars 117 

Dampers 116 

Flue Stops 117 

Pipe Reducers 116 

Tee Joints 116 

Stove Pipe, Nested 107 to 113 

Bull Dog Lock Ill 

Cinchlok hq 

Crescent Lock , 108 

Star Lock 109 

Texas Lock 112 

Wheeling Lock 113 

Stove Pipe Sheets, Blued 24 

Tables 

Acreage Fence Requirements 163 

Bundling Tables, Hot Rolled Annealed 

Sheets 22, 23 

Bundling Tables, Zinc Coated (Galvanized) 

Sheets ig, 19 

Curved Sheets, Computing Lengths 52, 53 

Formed Roofing, Sheets per Square 29 

Formed Roofing, Square Feet per Sheet .... 29 
Sheet and Plate Iron and Steel, U. S. 

Standard Gauge 24 

Tin Plates, Standard Gauges and Weights ... 59 

Tacks, Cut 185 

Terne Roll Roofing 62 

Terne Roll Valley and Gutter 63 

Tile, Spanish Metal 65 to 71 

Trellis and Flower Bed Borders . 159 

Wire 

Coiled Steel Spring 164 

COP-R-LOY Solid Clothes Lines \ . IM 

Plain Wire, Sizes 164 

Single Loop Bale Ties 165 

Straightened and Cut 164 

Weights, etc., Tables of 164 to 166 

Zinc Coated Brace 164 

Zinc Coated (Galvanized) Sheets 15 to 19 

Bundling Tables 18, 19 



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THE CORDAY & GROSS CO. 

CLEVELAND NEW YORK